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... by our friends Alan and Marion, we were met at the station by Isabel, Eva's mother, who drove us to the school, located in a middle-to-upper class residential area.
It’s an unusual school, part of the worldwide Waldorf School system.
The Waldorf schools generally adhere to an educational philosophy promulgated by German philosopher Rudolf Steiner early in the 20th century. ...
... There was also a section on careers and how much each earned under the Soviet regime, as a chemist, the salary would be reasonable to cover basic goods, but would barely cover a tank of petrol.
After the DDR I had currywurst for lunch in the Xmas market under the TV tower in Panorama strasse. In this market there was an ice-skating rink surrounding the central tower. I then walked to Schlossplatz and onto Gendermanmarkt for two more ...
... good and I also got to talk to the others on the tour. After our break, we only had a few stops remaining and I had been to all of them yesterday! We went to the Reichstag, Holocaust Memorial, and Hitlers bunker. As we were wrapping up at the bunker, we heard thunder in the distance. The race against the weather had begun! We all were pedaling really fast to beat the rain and lightning! We got caught in some of the rain but we made it back before the ...
... the blog on a daily basis here since our days are not going to jam-packed.
Our impressions of Berlin so far is that it's a very "artsy" city and many of the people who live here are young. There are a lot of smokers, which definitely isn't fun for us. We find the city to be quite walkable and there are tons of cyclists. English is widely spoken, even though of course, German is the main language. It's also funny to us that here, ...
... conquer the metro and took ourselves from east side to west side of Berlin to explore the shopping area the largest shop in Europe covering 60,000 square metres and over 8 floors (I think we beat them in Australia & Asia) it was a very expensive brand shop but the food hall is magnificent I had the most exquisite cup of ginger tea served in a cup the size of chamber pot!
Back to the metro those trains can move they are fast....and ...