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This and That:

Flat Stanley's Travel Adventures

Flat Stanley's Journal (Part 4)  

Adventures with Jane and Bob Miller
November through December, 2004
By Sarah and Wolfgang Blauen

November 28, 2004
We made the trip back to Plano today. We had about one hour to unload the car and freshen up before going to eat a steak with Mr. Bob’s long distance friend from work. Mr. Nigel is a British man who now lives in Switzerland. He is in town for a business meeting. We had a very nice visit with Mr. Nigel and think of him when eating the Swiss Chocolates he brought for Miss Jane.

November 29, 2004
Today we were getting everything ready for the trip to Germany! I bet Charlotte never dreamed I would get to travel so many places when she sent me to visit the Millers! Miss Jane and I had to go to the Post Office to stop the mail delivery. The line had about twelve people in it. The postman said we should wait in the conference room to talk to a supervisor about the mail stoppage request. When the Supervisor came in, she told us she was new and unsure of the procedures. Miss Jane explained everything quickly; we got the OK and were off to the next errand. By the time we picked Mr. Bob up from work, we had been to the Bank, the Grocery Store and the Post Office. Also, Miss Jane had washed clothes and gotten things ready to pack. Mr. Bob took us to eat dinner at the Black-Eyed Pea and then home to finish packing!

November 30, 2004
We’re going to Germany! We’re going to Germany! I’m so excited!! I get to travel in my own special place – Mr. Bob’s briefcase. It’s a really long trip from Dallas, Texas to Frankfurt, Germany but I’ll stay busy reading all the business papers in the briefcase with me. I might even play solitaire on the laptop.

December 1, 2004
I thought the trip to Canyon was long but it was quick compared to getting to Erkelenz, Germany! The flight to Frankfurt took 9 hours and then we had to take a train (with connections) to Erkelenz. First, we waited an hour to catch the ICE train to Düsseldorf. This was a high-speed train that travels 290 kilometers per hour (that’s 180 miles per hour). The countryside was very pretty with lots of trees and hills and little villages. I even saw a neat yellow castle! (too bad everything went past the window so fast!) Our train stopped at the Cologne station and waited almost 20 minutes. Because of the unexpected long wait, we had to RUN with all the luggage to catch the train from Düsseldorf to Mönchengladbach. We got to the platform in time to wave good-bye to that train! Miss Jane caught her breath and Mr. Bob found out another train was coming soon but we would have to make another connection! When we got to Mönchengladbach we only had 5 minutes to change train platforms – again running with heavy bags. Luckily, we were just fast enough although Miss Jane almost got caught in the train doors as they were closing. Whew! That was a lot of exercise for three tired travelers.

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