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... from one of our previous wifi stops at
McDonalds (we buy the cheapest items on the menu just so we don't
feel guilty!), it looked nice enough and was situated around a small
lake, plus it was the cheapest we could find!
between Wolfsburg and Kellerwiehl was pretty dull, the only highlight
being the low flying eagle up above... there didn't seem to be much
around at all, including the town / ...
... We had half a hour's free time so Colin had an ice cream AND a beer (at the same time) while I settled with just the ice cream, before getting back on the coach.
When we got back to Dessau the crew were standing on the sun deck with a 'Welcome Back Home' banner. We were presented with pineapple juice and bacardi as we came aboard.
As soon as the last person was aboard we were straight off for our last ...
... I have had in a long time :-)
It Was a good opportunity for Julien to practice his German, me too of course haha and our friends were also excited to practice their English on us too. I think we were possibly some of the only English tourists at the festival. It consisted mostly of German and Dutch.
Think I have heard enough of riders of the storm for a little while, But definitely want to come again next year. Above all ...
... destination (Berlin) was important as we also had intentions of going to the concentration camp in Berlin. It was so interesting to see, read and understand the conditions they had to live in, in order to survive. It just demonstrates the amazing will power and desire people have to live and regain their freedom back. Later that day we separated and Renata and I went to the Van Gough museum. It was definitely worth seeing as the museum progressively ...
... from late primary school right through high school.
But just like us with French, they'd learn Russian but never use it so very few learnt it to the stage that they would become conversational.
She also told me that Russians were stationed in Magdeburg just about the whole time that the DDR existed. It's hard to imagine how different things must have ...