Sushi in Germany?

Just because I am in a certain country, does not mean I have to eat the local food the entire time. Today I had a craving for sushi and found a great place with bottomless sushi! It was absolutely delicious and made me very happy.

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I haven’t totally strayed away from the German way. I tried the apfelwein and I must say, it is a bit of an acquired taste that I do not have.

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One of the best parts of staying in a hostel is meeting interesting people and hearing their story. This evening I met a 69 year old gentleman from Berlin who decided to up and travel the world with his walker. For every person he met, he would sing some sort of song. I have a feeling he will be the hit of the place in a few days.

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2 thoughts on “Sushi in Germany?

  1. Yummy- it would be interesting to know how you are doing with your $50.00 a day budget.

    I love it that old people travel. Traveling in a walker has to be challenging. Was he a traveler as a young person?

    • Yesterday blew my budget a little but I have been quite good otherwise, so why not treat myself here and there. I didn’t speak much with the older gentleman as he went between German and English and it was time for me to go to bed.

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