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... catch our flight arriving Berlin around 4.00. That should give us time to find our hotel, get settled, and take in some sights! On the way, we call in at Mondsee which us a small town on the Lake District. In fine weather, we could see it would be very pretty but with it being an overcast day, it is nothing really to write home about. It looks like any ordinary lake with a mountain in the background. The village on the other hand - very cute and worthy of a ...
... boom - and probably for all the same reasons. When questioned about the cost of the works, the Mayor answered '.......We may be broke but god, are we sexy'. Every bit of work done between the war and 1989, seems to have been of such a poor quality that much of it is being ripped down and replaced. Once again - a few years down the track - this town's appearance will match even more, its dramatic history.
Catch ya later,
Frankie and. Susie.
... once the Reichsluftfahrtministerium (Ministry of Aviation) and is one of the few remaining examples of rigid, intimidating Nazi architecture in the city. Just down the street, we saw a portion of the Wall, left standing beside a Nazi exhibit called The Topography of Terror (if there has ever been a museum with a more Brian-enticing name, I haven't found it).
Next was the Konzerthaus Berlin, then Humboldt University, alma mater of Otto von Bismarck, Albert ...
... with mushroom sauce. Delicious was the verdict, especially after a starter of meatballs and sampling the local wines.
Too full to even think about dessert, we headed back to the station to navigate our way home on our two trains and a bus to bring us home to our marina berth. Exhausted after our busy day, we all were looking forward to bed and I was asleep before Jase which never ...
... Checkpoint Charlie was and hoped that the museum would help clarify its importance. I enjoyed the museum, there was lots of reading though! Unfortunately it did not help clarify the importance of Checkpoint Charlie as much as I would have liked. I did however love reading about the different ways people would escape through the checkpoint. I also thought it was crazy that families were separated by the Berlin wall. At first I did not understand how this could happen ...
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