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  • Bristol Airport may refer to: * Bristol Airport, serving Bristol, England, United Kingdom (IATA: BRS, ICAO: EGGD) ** Bristol Airport (TV series), a docu-soap based on events at Bristol Airport * Bristol (Whitchurch) Airport, the former airport 3 miles south of Bristol, England * Bristol

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  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication

  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

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  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth

  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services

Mr. 96dpi at work

Mr. 96dpi at work

So, I'm back from the work/photo trip to Berlin.

How was it?

Got to Bristol airport exactly as planned on Wednesday.
Plane arrived an hour late due to snow in Amsterdam where it came from.
We were on the taxiway when they found a fault in an electronics box.
Luckily they could fix it.
So we were airborne a combined two hours late.
That meant I had no chance to get dinner at the hotel in Dahlewitz.
I opted for the bacon sandwich onboard...
At Berlin Schonefeld, the taxi driver instilled confidence (not!) by not even knowing Dahlewitz (much less the hotel).
But he had a satnav!
However, his satnav didn't know the new roads near Dahlewitz. There are a lot of new roads near Dahlewitz. And cool signs. I saw my first one-way dead end. The driver also drove at a rather leisurely pace.
Anyway, we arrive at the hotel (including a brief trip through a one way street (I let you guess which direction he took...).
Anyway, hotel good, work good, walked to the train station and caught the train to Alexanderplatz directly. Not bad.
Checked into the hotel and went to town to meet 96dpi (as pictured). We did a night walk of Berlin - blistering cold, but some cool results (check out his stream, he's a bit quicker than I).
Friday I walked some 20+km (GPS to follow, hopefully) from Alexanderplatz to Westhafen and then Ostbahnhof. There I took the unplanned direct train - which I only managed to get because of the strike delay. I managed to arrive at Schonefeld exactly when planned. Woot!
Plane back to Bristol was a bit late - but I was not worried - I had taken and parked my car at BRS for exactly that reason and not chosen the train&bus.
Bristol airport only supplied stairs for the front exit of the plane. Which meant I was last off board.
But I made it through "immigration" quickly with this newfangled electronic passport and jump into my car to see the familiar "ignition active" lights when I turn the key halfway and then... ...nothing. No starter motor - not even a hint.
That was kind of a downer.
Yup, the ignition switch/lock broke (again), so I needed to be roll-started.
I parked nose down with another car in front of me. Aargh!
Mobile phone running out of juice, too.
Oh, did I mention it was raining?!
Well, it was raining.
It also was past 23:00.
So I ran to the car park office and asked for help.
They told me that there's a guy patrolling the car park with a pickup truck.
Great I thought, he could tow me o...! They are not allowed to tow cars for insurance reasons.
So then we ended up pushing my car up the dirt parking space and managed to roll-start it.
And I managed to drive back home, without sinking it into one of the lakes the road had mutated into (and without stalling it).
Back home, I parked the car, stalled the engine on purpose (remember: broken ignition lock). But of course the ignition was still active. So removed the rear seat, where my battery is and removed the minus pole.
Now I am home and uploaded my first processed photo.
And I just realised:
If the ignition switch is now so broken that it won't even dis/connect the ignition, I literally came home on the last chance of the ignition still being activated by the key turn.
Guess I'm rather lucky! =)

And in this long list I forgot to thank Andreas for a very entertaining tour! Thanks very much!

PS: Currywurst! :D

Bristol Airport

Bristol Airport

Around 7am. We had just arrived in Bristol and they all visited the toilet. Quick picture of my friends in the airport after we got our bag. It came first. Yeahhhh!

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