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... keg. We grabbed a beer anyway and then went for a walk to find a pork knuckle for dinner.
... rest on a park chair, we saw the Gypsy and the Homosexual memorials and managed to avoid the numerous street mimes asking for our coins.
We made our way to Potsdamer Platz and the Sony centre. Great timing as we sat down at 'Josty' inside the Sony centre because it started to pour down outside. We had some great food, practiced our beer pronunciations (schofferhoffen hefeweisen!!), and explored the Sony centre. We ...
... allow the people freedom to emigrate. From there we got a glimpse of the Reichstag building (parliament) and Nike statue in the Tiergarten park. From there we walked to the Holocaust Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. It was a bit odd to look at because it appears to be just a bunch of concrete slabs in central Berlin, which it pretty much is. The really cool part about the memorial comes from walking through it. Because it is not on label ground, ...
... have been in existence since 1877 and this 'temple of well being’ was (and still is) considered to be the most amazing bathing establishment in Europe. What a fabulous experience! 17 specific stations of shower, warm air, hot air, soap and brush scrub and massage, steam, hot steam, full bath, whirlpool bath, exercise bath, cold bath and finally the relaxation room where you are cocooned in warm towels and a blanket for your 30 minute nap ...
Although we thought the ride to Berlin would be easy, we were weong. It was probably the most crowded and nasty train ride ever been on. We knew that it would be worth it once we got to Berlin. We heard that they are growing in size and the city, such as building and businesses are growing too. If we don't end up staying there I think we have a good chance at staying alive and ...