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... War and whatever was left was later demolished. We came back to this site after the tour and went through the exhibit. The outdoor portion is a series of panels explaining the rise of Hitler and the repression during the Nazi era. These panels follow a path along that portion of the Wall that was left on Niederkirchnerstrasse. There are other sections of the Berlin Wall still standing (along the Spree River and on Bernauer Strasse) but most have been removed, ...
Over the last couple of days I've had more coffee than sleep, but God has been faithful. I preached Friday night with only 5 hours of sleep in two days. Last night I finally got a full nights sleep which made preaching this morning much more enjoyable! I think God knows we need those times when we are utterly helpless to do what's needed and have to rely on Him. These times provide us a realistic perspective of how things always are - we're ...
... road to point toward the Imperial Palace in Nürnberg. Now it's a parking lot for trucks, but it's been beautifully restored and it's nice to walk on and enjoy the view of the lakes.
Finally we made our way to Zeppelin field. We climbed the steps and stood where Hitler stood to address thousands of Nazi soldiers and cheering Germans. It was a little eerie standing where he stood and looking out of the massive field where Nazi rallies and celebrations were held. Today, ...
... we can manage. We got a few laughs at the hostel but there were also a few people hinting that they'd like one in the morning.
We hooked up with our friend Dave Holtan last night. He quit his job teaching in Madison to travel again. He's been in Russia and E. Europe for 6 months and he's the one that told us about the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. It was great to catch up with him. We cooked dinner at our apartment and then went out to ...
... the Dom Cathedral, the biggest in Berlin seemed so small. There were heaps of Church spires and one helped us locate Simons street. The food was a beautiful continental breakfast with yoghurt and muesli, bread rolls and a selection of meats, cheeses and jams, followed by a very delicious latte macchiato, the best coffee I've had on holidays. Beryl D. Beare enjoyed her breakfast too. You will see that she also went climbing up the tower. What a ...