Immer gerade aus

Last weekend I was driven 1,305 km through Europe, and most of it in the pouring rain. I've now arrived at my destination and I learned a few things along the way.

1. When raindrops well up on the windscreen, it is difficult to tell through the Gaussian blur which part of the European countryside you're looking at.

2. Immer gerade aus (straight ahead)! Everything in Germany is in a straight line from everything else, attesting to either an amazing sense of urban planning or a unidirectional coincidence.

3. Snow is prettier when viewed from afar; particularly, from the sunny coast of Spain, rather than from my hotel window.

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