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10/29- We made it to Berlin after a little bit of a delay because of the train. The central train station here is ridiculous. It reminds me of the apartment buildings in the movie the "5th Element." I half expected a flying car to buzz by. After a quick tram ride and a short walk we have met our host for the week, Adam, who seems really nice. He lives in a flat in the center of Berlin with his wife who also seems very nice. ...
... not related), a leading sex researcher and an early advocate for gay rights. He was once referred to as "the Einstein of Sex."
Obviously, Hirschfeld’s views clashed with Nazi anti-homosexual ideals, and once they gained power, they burned his books and trashed his institute.
One of the most famous landmarks to remind Berlin’s citizens about World War II is the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial ...
After an incredible wedding weekend, the time came Monday morning for us to bid farewell to the Ardoe House and continue on with our travels. This was of course very bittersweet because while we were excited to continue with our adventures as a married couple(!) we hated having to say goodbye to Sean and Mandy. After lots of hugs and a few tears, we got through our goodbyes and our "see you laters" and hit the road. Having spent a fair amount of time in Scotland we decided ...
... Pearl with us to see the Brandenburg Gate which was just down the road. On the way we stopped in at the Mercedes Benz Museum and we got to do this cool kids activity where you had to answer questions about the car maker. It was lots of fun.
We then continued to the Gate and got there just as it started to rain. We had a quick photo and then took shelter in the Information Centre. Mum wanted to got to the Reichstag Building so we ...
... and staff and he appreciated my input.
Sandy got back from her museums (she loved both of them!). And we relaxed for a while before heading across the street from the Intercontinental to an Italian restaurant for some awesome mushroom stuffed ravioli! Excellent.
We had reservations for a visit to the Reichstag (the German Parliament) at 5:15 pm. We got there early, but it appears something happened to our reservation and ...