Aparthotel Residenz 2000
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... days, it was impossible for me to even begin to imagine such a devision in a city. Lunch drew near and we were due to meet a friend of H in one of the Christmas markets by the TV tower. I opted to walk, and view the city, whilst H wanted to take the underground. We both arrived at the same time and I managed to get another glass (with gluhwein) for my collection. Lunch was then in the police canteen! An odd place, nicely decorated and used by the police at lunchtime, it ...
... was an eye opener. The picture below shows the location of concentration camps throughout Europe during the war. Over 6 million Jews were killed through the war period.
Needing a little cheering up we cut through a park on our bikes to embrace nature a bit. What we came across wasn’t natural at all. Those naked sunbakers we ...
I woke up pre late today and the lovely Nim and Deejay had gotten rolls and pastry and chocolate milk for breakfast. I felt a lot better but still rather sick and we decided to stay home as deejay had bad asthma and Nim had a terrible fever. After breakfast everyone kinda fell back to bed and went to sleep. Nim was snoring and kept every half an hour waking up and being like 'hi?' Really distressed and it was so cute. We had many ...
... saddening. After this we headed to the east side gallery of the Berlin Wall. This was done by our new favourite mode of transport: the S-Bahn which, thanks to our interail passes, was completely free. Before heading to the wall we felt that solving the problem of our rumbling stomachs by heading to a restaurant that had been recommended by our tour guide from the day before. It was unbelievably cheap ...
... of Memory" (the melted clock one!) wasn't there but interesting just the same. What a strange soul he was!
I then visited "Ritter Sport" which is a German brand of chocolate and you can make your own - either milk or white, and up to 3 ingredients. I chose Milk, cranberries, whole almonds and one secret ingredient - which, if you know ...