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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... picked something new, the brave littler Auslšnder that he is. It was a sampling of different meats, some weird tomatoey rice concoction. One interesting meat was supposed to be some sort of meatloaf, I don't remember what it's called in German. It was served as a link, like a sausage. I swear, the Germans will turn anything into a sausage. I really applaud their enthusiasm.
This week, Brandon celebrated his 29th birthday. In Germany, birthdays are culturally a big ...
... only appropriate to follow the Italian rules and not pay for public transport regardless if we got caught of not. Our hostel is in the Turkish neighbourhood of Berlin and surrounded by restaurants and night life. We walked around the neighbourhood and ended up having some beer and hummus of all things. Now we are jousting hanging out in our hostel having some one euro beers. Going to be an early night tonight as we are already falling ...
... the Rhine river. A lovely place to walk around. This town also boasts a magnificant cathedral which is said to have had its beginnings one thousand years ago. Again, such beauty and history around almost every corner.
Tomorrow we are heading to Dusseldorf, where we will stay only one night on our way to Hamburg. The first stop of our trip is over already, but the adventure continues.
... surprises about Frankfurt and now I’m off to Berlin by train – 5 hours North so these new leggings may come in useful….bye, bye sarong!
I’m meeting up with an Intrepid tour group in a few days in Berlin to travel to Poland and Chech Republic, this just seems the easiest way to get around these countries from what I’ve read but then again I find a lot of the stuff you read just doesn’t seem to work that way in my ...