We walked the dog through a forest and out along a rocky “dog beach”, designed for dog walking, but amusingly there was a dogless couple sitting in the middle of it having a romantic picnic. I wonder whose idea that was. Shopman dropped me off at the nearest U bahn subway station on his way to work, and I found my way to the town centre. I had a snack of “Bismarckherring fischbrötchen”, a pickled herring on a bun, which included my first piece of lettuce since entering the northern German ground zero of “EHEC” – the e. coli superbug outbreak happening around this time. Some had warned me to not eat any vegetables, while others had said it was just bean sprouts to avoid. I don’t worry too much about these outbreaks, at least relatively the chances of death by traffic are far greater, but I did avoid salad for a few days. I met Shopman after work at his office in an empty suburban residential area. With the holiday yesterday, tomorrow’s day off, and a trip later in the week for him, it was an impossible attempt to squeeze a week’s worth of business into one day. He finished as much as possible and then drove us over to his friends’ house in south Hamburg. We had a fried food combo dinner and I sampled yet more varieties of beer.
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Bocce is a lawn tournament which uses plastic or metal balls that are tossed toward the end of the court. The object is to be the team or player whose ball lands closest in proximity to the jack, which is acts as the target. So where can you find bocce in the D?Buddy’s Pizza, of course. Buddy’s has been a fixture in Detroit since 1936 and has won multiple awards showcasing its culinary accomplishments. The best part, aside from the great food, is that you, your friends and family can play bocce outside. Buddy’s has created a special gated area to hold a spirited bocce competition. This is the absolute most fun you can have at a pizzeria. The mood is beyond friendly and the atmosphere is always buzzing with excitement. Be certain to check out the “The Detroiter” specialty pizza or order something from the Motor City Pizza Collection, inspired by distinguished Detroit attractions. They range from the tantalizing Detroit Institute of Arts pizza, which features artichokes and capers, to the Detroit Zoo, replete with pine nuts and fresh basil. All come complete with the Motor City cheese blend––another Buddy’s creation.