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... and we grabbed a few photos of the art painted on the panels. Unfortunately, graffiti has damages some really nice artwork. In fact, much of Berlin has been tagged with graffiti. We also stopped at a recreated representation of Checkpoint Charlie, as well as the Holocaust Memorial, and other locals. One of the more interesting sites required more reading than photo taking, the Topography of Terror. Located on the site, where between 1933 and 1945, the central institutions ...
The Wall The wall that separated the world, east and west, may be gone but there are still many walls that remain including the wall that separates each of us from each other. Reading these messages has inspired me. I'm going to do something creative with these graffiti photos when we return. Ideas are coming to me as I write this post. Here's to breaking down the walls. With much love, Lorlinda & ...
... Berlin lacks the kind of chaotic insanity found in other cities--the infuriated honking of drivers or the intrusive sound of police sirens whizzing off in every direction. The buzz of their traffic and the banter of people chatting in bars almost flows like water and despite the cities size it feels easier to handle, it lacks the intensity of cities on over drive and I feel a sense of peaceful tranquility here when I'm watching the sun set over its hand lade brick cathedrals, ...
... mallowpuff like treat. It was a very soft marshmallow more like a sweetie pie. Was very yummy. Carli and Anja had some local thing which was similar to Vetkook in South Africa. Next necessary item was mulled wine which and I branched out and tried a white wine version. Was good but not as nice as the red wines. We bought a few things including our secret santa presents for the tour group.
As we walked back to the tube station, we witnessed what appeared to ...
... I would. I bought a
postcard for my friend Nancy Clifford, but left Copenhagen unable to find a
post box. Small deals, but the wishes of
my friends are important to me. Amazing
what runs through my mind when I’m unplugged from email, internet, television
(at least television I can understand) and the telephone.
On my first sightseeing day in Berlin I went to see the big
museums on ...