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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 side Since I mentioned my mistake to the other passengers at my table, the couple became aware of this - but I reassured them that as long as nobody had reserved the seat I was sitting on, everything was fine.
Predictably, a passenger getting on the train at Mainz had done just that. The couple made motions to vacate the seat, but I told them that I would just stand until Frankfurt Main Station fifteen minutes away , where in my experience lots of seats would open up in this wagon.
Then a passenger sitting at the same table as the couple offered me her seat, as she was getting off at the Frankfurt Airport five minutes away , so I was able to avoid standing.
Finally, at Frankfurt itself I suggested switching sides to the couple so that I could have my reserved seat and they could still sit next to each other, which they agreed to.
Finally, I had my seat - unlike the more than a dozen people in our wagon alone who were forced to remain standing or sitting on the floor or their suitcases As we were approaching Nuremberg, we were running fifteen minutes late - which was regrettable, but not nearly as bad as I had feared in the morning.
Still, it meant that I would miss the next regional train from Nuremberg to Erlangen, my final destination.
But just before Nuremberg, the train made another unscheduled stop, and it was now running 24 minutes late - which meant that I would miss the second regional train going into the same direction, and if I remembered correctly, the next one would go fifty minutes later.
So instead I simply got onto the next bullet train passing through Erlangen - which I wasn't supposed to, since my ticket only covered a regional train for that direction, but I figured that instead of carrying my heavy suitcase all the way to the so-called "Service Point" and argue with the employee of the Deutsche Bahn there to give me an exception - and likely miss the train due to waiting in line there - I'd just take my chances and argue the point with the conductor in the train should one appear which didn't happen.
I didn't even bother to look for a seat, since that final leg of the journey only took ten minutes. During that time, I chatted with an older women who also wanted to get out of the train at Erlangen - and, as it turned out, who had lived in the same suburb where my parents live now, and now was about to visit her grown-up children.
Once we arrived, she offered me that her son could take me to my parents' house with his car, which I gladly accepted since it meant I didn't have to take the bus - which would likely have been at least as crowded as the trains.
Thanks to them, I finally arrived at my parent's house seven and a half hours after I left my apartment in Aachen - sore, but happy.
And I hope that you, too, will be spending the next days with people you care about and who care about you in turn. So, what tales do you have about your journey home, if you made one?
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November 24th, , pm. Nice, huh? And I hadn't even heard of Lamebook until today Tags censorship , facebook. Giamattei, M.
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Science Kirchler, M. Laboratory evidence. Stöckl, T. Hauser, F. Kleinlercher, D. Angerer, M. Matzler, K. American Economic Review 2 : Management Science 58 2 : I just hope I won't be asked anything difficult - I'm more of an end user than someone who can memorize every detail about a piece of hard- or software, though my computer using skills aren't too shabby.
And on Mondays and Tuesdays, I will work at the Institute for Thermodynamics , doing real scientific work at last.
I don't know yet exactly what I will do there, but apparently it will involve some high-power laser systems Anyway, my stay at the pub wasn't a complete loss.
First of all, I got to meet lots of people who work all over the university I believe this is called "networking" Secondly, the tips went a long way towards improving my lousy wages.
And finally, I now know how to pour in a Weissbier. You never know when that kind of knowledge might be useful As I have said previously, I'm now stationed in Munich.
I 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. First, Munich - and the surrounding countryside - is flat.
Really, really flat, and almost perfect for storing heat.