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Back in my native Franconia we have high places and we have low places - and there's a noticeable difference between the two. Second, the city is cramped.
This shouldn't have come as a surprise - after all, Munich is the third largest city in Germany, and the most expensive to live in - but it still takes some time to get used to.
Shops which would cover huge areas in my hometown of Erlangen, or even neighboring Nuremberg, are squeezed into a tiny corner here.
The Inner City around the main train station is a maze of tiny shops in long passages I wonder how people in New York or Tokyo cope with this?
And finally, some bonus material: Actual images of German uniforms! This is me wearing my field uniform. This picture was taken in February, immediately after I had taken my Pledge as a German soldier.
The green beret with the golden oak leaves means that I am a member of a Jäger company. If I remember my instructors correctly, we are basically a type of infantry who hide in the forest, let the enemy pass us by, and then take a few pot shots at some tanks from behind if we are feeling uppity that day Each year, I take care go back to my hometown for Christmas to visit my parents, my family, as well as old friends, and this year was no exception.
Usually, I travel on the weekend before Christmas, but this year I was only able to do it today, on the 23rd. I knew that the journey was going to be bad - at this time in the year, everyone goes home to visit their families in Germany.
The severe snowfalls which the Deutsche Bahn German Rail wasn't able to cope with very well caused further delays. And making it worse, lots of flights in Central Europe ended up being canceled as well in the last few days, which added even more passengers to the trains.
So I was quite relieved that I had bought a ticket and reserved a seat the previous week. And after a rousing game of Eclipse Phase the previous evening, I started early, finished packing my suitcase which quickly filled with lots of old gaming books and novels I wanted to sell, and thus was correspondingly heavy - probably about 35 kg or so and stepped out of the door.
Which is where I encountered my first problem - new snow had fallen overnight. Which is not a good condition to pull a suitcase with tiny little wheels through, especially considering that the snow covered semi-molten ice in many places.
The wheels hardly seemed to connect with the ground at times. But when I arrived at the bus station, I saw that the wheels probably did connect to the ground - but what they didn't connect to was my suitcase, as they were gone by that point.
The grit some caring people had put on the sidewalks on some places probably hadn't helped, either. Considering how much I still had to walk today from one train to another, this was Fortunately, I did get to the train station early enough to catch my first train, a regional train from Aachen to Cologne, as I wanted to have some breathing space and timed it to account for the bad weather - though getting my suitcase to the platform was rather more strenuous than originally planned.
But then I discovered that the train was five minutes anyway - but I arrived early enough to get a good spot in the queue that formed when the train arrived, and carried my luggage to the upper floor.
Then, before the very next train stop, the train took an unscheduled break, and there was an announcement that we would have to wait until the bullet train from Bruessels - which was running late - had passed us by.
At this point, I started to worry - the train was now ten minutes late, and according to my ticket I had only nine minutes to get my connecting train in Cologne.
That train would take me from Cologne to Nuremberg, and was an Inter-City Express ICE , the German equivalent of bullet trains - and unlike regional trains, it permits seat reservations.
Which is pretty important for a connection which you know will take you four and a half hours, and which you know is going to contain more people than seats, many of whom will have more than one suitcase with them because they want to bring gifts to their relatives.
So while I could simply have taken the next bullet train an hour later, I really didn't want to without a seat reservation.
So I checked checked the online status of the train, and the Deutsche Bahn website told me that it was punctual.
Why today, of all days? I already resigned myself to the purgatory that was sure to await me, but then the conductor told me that the latest news she had heard was that that train was running ten minutes late.
But five minutes prior to our arrival another announcement with connecting trains in Cologne took place - and this one didn't mention my train.
What was going on? Had it already left? The train arrived at its platform, and I saw the bullet train at a platform parallel to ours. Would I make it in time, or would it leave right before my eyes?
I carried my again, very heavy suitcase down the stairs as fast as I was able. Then I carried it up again the next set of stairs.
No, the train was still there. Where was my seat again? Wagon 25, Seat 21 - right. I had emerged near the end of the train, next to Wagon 21, but there were still quite a few people crowding at the doors, so I walked as quickly as I was able with my suitcase.
Wagon 22, Wagon I caught my breath again and then waited for a few minutes until most people had found their seats and stowed away their luggage before I dared venture further.
Wagon 24, Wagon After that, I was in Wagon Where was Wagon 25? I went back to the dining wagon, and asked an attendant - and she told me that there was no Wagon 25!
I looked at my ticket again, and realized that my seat was in Wagon 21! So I went back the way I came. Wagon 24, Wagon I waited at the front of the wagon and chatted with another attendant, who had to wait as well because she wanted to be able to walk through the wagon so that she could sell drinks and snacks from her small trolley, and she couldn't push the trolley through the wagon because all those people and suitcases were still in the way.
But eventually the jam cleared, I went to the right wagon, and I found Seat 21 - a window seat at a table, just as ordered. I evicted a young women from it who didn't have a seat reservation, but fortunately there was still another free seat nearby which she vacated to.
Gratefully, I sank into my seat and bought something to drink from the attendant with the trolley who had also managed to progress this far by this stage.
The train passed Bonn, Koblenz, and was approachingMainz - a normally extremely scenic route along the river Rhine, but it was too foggy to see much and I was on the wrong side of the train anyway.
At that point I belatedly realized something: If I had been confused about the wagon and my seat was in Wagon 21 instead of 25, shouldn't my seat number conversely have been 25 instead of 21?
I looked at the ticket which confirmed it - my reserved seat was at the window on the other sideI haven't seen much of it yet - the pub opening hours are rather long - but I've gained some first impressions of the city by now. They put me, a non-drinking, non-smoking physicist at the university's pub for non-commissioned officers. On Wednesdays Luminarc Schüssel Fridays, I'll work as tech support at the military staff of the university. Smart Grids. Contact Me. International Bid Manager.