We are still not used to pressing the door to board or alight the S-Bahn(ground and underground) and U-Bahn(underground) trains. Sometimes we still wait for the door to open automatically. Mejo di ok pag may german sa likod. haha
Germany, so far, has the best campaign/rules for what they call "Go Green". First, if you buy in a supermarket, be sure to bring your own bag or else you will be paying a not-so-fair-enough-price for a plastic bag. That's why RS have these shopping bags.
Third is the proper sorting of garbages. You can see it on the streets, inside the buildings(including RS buildings). Indi lang ok sa indi marunong magbasa ng german. haha!
They are family-oriented persons. Shops are closed on Sunday because they said that it's a family day. For tourists, this is the best day to go out because there are fewer people on the streets.
We arrived in Munich at 5:30am and it's still dark and cold(well cold naman lagi). Reached Rosenheimerplatz at 8am but still looks like 5am in Philippines. At 5pm, it gets dark easily so when you go out at 6pm, you'll feel like it's already 9-10pm. Hihi! kaya pagdating ng hotel 8pm pa lang nananaginip na ako then gigising ng 4-5am para magnet.