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... African wanted to know about bankruptcy discharging student debt. I rose to the occasion and gave an ad hoc lecture to the train. Given where we were and the audience I should get both CAIRP and Insol recognition for an international conference. We grabbed a German themed dinner at the buffet and called it a night. Tomorrow is a sea day so it will be a leisurely day to decompress after all day touring. Friday we will be in ...
... the graffiti on the berlin wall. All were volunteers doing it on the 25th anniversary of the wall coming down - yesterday was the day. Its surely a historic monument and it's within our time - just 25yrs ago. Berlin is a city that has amalgamated both the past and the present and projecting into the future. There are also the uniqe big bikes driven by beer drinking cyclist. There are also huge property developments going on at the main train station. A city worth ...
... to accommodate all 118 of us, but somehow we fit. After a full morning of sightseeing in Berlin, what else could we have to eat but a stereotypical German meal of chips, salad, and schnitzel? Lunch was well-received by all, with many empty, clean plates remaining. All in all, we were well set up for a free, relaxing afternoon in the hotel, and the comic opera later at night, after the 4:45pm dinner, of course! -Spencer- We are currently at a German restaurant and we had schnitzel, ...
... passed, then modified by the Russians when they arrived adding the eagle thing on the top, then damaged when the wall came down and people were partying on the rooftop. Next was the memorial to the estimated 6million Jews that were killed. That is just a crazy number. The memorial itself is very bizarre. They held a competition where people submitted their ideas for the memorial and one guy who's name I can't remember came up ...
... restaurant so I googled the Amharic for hello and off I went. Yes, I started learning Amharic a while ago but all I really remember is the word for yes.
I found the restaurant and when I asked at the bar whether there was a table booked someone sitting nearby spoke to me in Esperanto.
The bloke was American but that didn't stop us from speaking nothing but Esperanto, (besides a couple of lapses into Russian), for about three hours.