Hotel Pension Streuhof Berlin
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... we can manage. We got a few laughs at the hostel but there were also a few people hinting that they'd like one in the morning.
We hooked up with our friend Dave Holtan last night. He quit his job teaching in Madison to travel again. He's been in Russia and E. Europe for 6 months and he's the one that told us about the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. It was great to catch up with him. We cooked dinner at our apartment and then went out to ...
... little bit, but it stopped and we enjoyed our stroll back to our hotel. Our hotel has turned out to be so fantastically centrally located to everything we had planned to see and do. We have not used public transportation at all here. We heard from our tour guide that the trains are a little confusing so we are going to take a cab to the train station when we leave.
We have learned so much since we arrived in Berlin. For me, because of the sadness of its history, I ...
This was my first visit to Berlin and I had some free time while in town for a travel show, and I made the most of it with my weathered map and favorite boots. As a tourist, I think the first thing you feel as you visit the key sites is the in-your-face effects of war and hate, it can't be helped. But as a traveler or a friend of the city, I think what you quickly feel is the overwhelming desire of the young people ...
... a really amazing sight. Such choreography! Rows of skaters were going through one another, changing shapes and gliding across the rink. The little ones came out too dressed as fairies and penguins and elves and they had a little dance too. It was so lovely and very cute. A really great show! We finished up around midnight and poor Pauly had another night of 5 hours sleep. But he really enjoyed it, we both did. It's not often that you get to see a show like ...
... it took a while to accustom myself to peering over the edge. Found the old photos of what Berlin looked like before the devastation of the war and the history before and since the most interesting. From here we went on to the Sony Centre, a large public area covered by a huge dome. We sat and watched the passing parade, and rested before taking a bus to the Tiergarten (very large public park) and ...