Ameron Die Welle
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... homemade beer which they was selling to us in the bar .
I acedently ordered the table the wrong drinks .... we ended up with a METRE or largr on the table in stead on a litre .
next I then ordered a 5 litre TOWER of beer which was delivered to the table and stood approx. ,, 5 foot above the table ..
what an amzing night .
That was quite a long flight! The time difference has me confused about the length of the flight, but here in Germany it is just before noon on April 14th. I had a good time, in spite of the long plane ride. I watched Interstellar for part of it, read my Bill Nye book, and reflected a bit. And when we landed, I got my first passport stamp! I have officially set foot in Germany. (even if it's just an airport) We have a layover here, I think it's supposed to be three hours. Shouldn't ...
... years and didn't want to relearn. Not that she ever drives very much, but the option is there. With automatic transmission, no sweat for her.
And you will be delighted to know I did buy insurance, again through Priceline, for about $500. As much for the theft as for the collision in the aforementioned countries plus the Mediterranean countries where I've experienced break-ins and thefts in the past. In fact, when you, me and Armand were ...
... sort of transit ticket we should have.
By 10:00 we had arrived at the hauptbahnhof (main train station) - directions from tourist info there provided us with the 5 minute walk to the Pension Alpha - a hostel/hotel-type of accommodation. To quote the desk manager when we checked in: "It's not the Hilton".
We each had a tiny room with 2 single beds and a washroom with toilet, sink and shower. And, as we noted in the 34C heat, no air-conditioning. They did, however, ...
... friends from other parts of the world. I flew to Prague to see this beautiful post-cold war city and one of Eurpope's oldest jewish communities that doesn't exist anymore. I said Kaddish. I saw an old friend, and made new friends whom I look forward to seeing again soon. Then to bring it all to a close, I traveled to Germany and was the guest of a wonderful new friend who helped me see not just modern Germany, but also how ...