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... t see Sieglinde or her car. Then I heard her yelling at me from the roadway at 11:20. She explained when she had arrived at TXL, she didn’t see a flight from Belgrade on the screen that displays which gate all arriving flights are using. So she parked in another zone, figuring our flight might be have been delayed.
We went inside to get Mom, walked to the other parking lot, and departed at ...
... I’m sitting on the
balcony now it’s so nice out). * I just
got up to get a sweater, and I looked at the program. The last two pieces were
by Leon Boellmann, and the third, “Suite Gothique,” was lovely.
Finally we get to the Pergamon. By this time I realized I needed a week to
spend in Berlin. There was so much that
I wanted to spend more time exploring.
And these are my people, after ...
... 6 months), we learned more about the gate and platz itself. We then walked through the gate and found ourselves looking back on the German parliament building (Reichstag – with the cool glass dome on top) and even walking along a street where bricks still show where the Berlin wall once stood. A short block later we were at the Holocaust memorial, which is a whole city block of concrete blocks, almost coffin-shaped, and at varying heights on rolling ground. Hard to ...
... with the TV tower (antenna originally built by Soviets in East Germany to show how advanced they were) which is now a great viewing point of the city.
Onto Switzerland tonight on the sleeper train (we hope to get there in one piece! Especially Sarah's bags which are both broken now and may not complete the trip alive!).
PS Just letting you all know the camera crisis is over (stupid Brit computers, and we have added new photos to previous entries, so check them out!)
... We ended up looking it up and apparently they pay the city money for a nightly license and the police provide protection if need be. They also apparently have health insurance and other benefits that you would expect from a typical white color job in the U.S. We tried to find a decent club to go to but couldn't find much of anything that wasn't exorbitantly overpriced so we just headed back to the hostel and went to bed.