Hotel Pension Bernstein
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... spoke English! After breakfast we walked to the museum area, just beautiful! We toured a cathedral, breathtaking beauty! I went to the very top and got a view of the city. And you can still see differences between West and East Berlin, even 20 yrs. after the wall came down. We then went on our Fat Bike Tour, and it was great! Met a couple from Brazil, Belgium, Netherlands, Singapore. They took us to most of the important areas of World War 2 and The Cold War Era. It ...
... not have our name on the list. A nice young lady took pity on us and told us we could probably stand in line to get tickets for somewhere between 8:00 and 10:00 pm. We had no choice. Stood in line for a while and got tickets for an 8:45 entry. It was only 6:00 pm now. What to do? Well, Sandy wanted a new book. Heck, she's only finished four of them on this trip...I think she needs to read more! We had asked at the IC concierge desk and he told ...
... temperature and humidity controlled room full of expensive alcohol , I am talking 2900 euros for a bottle of whiskey! There were also giant cheese wheels and lots of exotic foods. I bought a tub of raspberry gelato which was amazing and didn't last for very long. We arrived home at about 7 to Paul being in a super great mood. He had loved his day at work. The guys were all youngish, could speak English, listen to German hip hop, were very cool ...and ...
... them goodbye at the hostel and went to bed. I was woken at 7am by Natan trying to crawl into my bed so Manny could sleep in his. I put on my best angry voice and told them both to get lost, then went back to sleep. At a more reasonable hour Elle and I got them all up to find the Sunday flea markets. Manny declined, and went back to bed, but the rest of us followed my perfect map directions to the markets. They were huge. Natan and I lost Elle and Rob quite early in the day, so ...
... to boil it to death. My neighbours at the table. But of course they were much too cool to eat kale. And of course I had to have a fresh beer to wash down the kale. This was pretty interesting... the device had beer fed into it and it was used to force beer into the bottles then they were closed with the swing top. This is apparently the last operating example of such a device in Germany. For some ...