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... set us back 30 Euros (return included, whoop whoop) each and it included a bathroom, dysfunctional wifi, and a delay of about 40 minutes :) After arriving around midnight we met up with Colleen and Ben, both of whom teach with Kellie and complete our so-called "basic-love" group. Shortly after meeting up we headed over to Colleen's relatives since they were out of town and generously offered us their apartment for the weekend.
... battle around 70,000 were Russian soldiers. They conveniently placed their memorial directly intersecting the spot where Hitler had planned his city to be. Gerran's resistances memorial was where 4 key staff who plotted to overturn the Hitler regime were shot. I will have to watch the film, starring Tom Cruise, "The Valkyrie" On we trooped past the Opera house, the memorial to those killed during the cleansing ...
... out in my sleeping bag on the floor. Instead we were put into the tiny weird room 309 with an aviation theme complete with suspended bed, fold down aircraft seats and runway carpet. Bizarre! On our unexpected extra afternoon in Berlin we retraced our walking tour of the first day to share with Tristan some of the key sites of Berlin. To celebrate Tristans arrival we ate the most wonderful dinner at Mogg & Melzer, a modern kosher restaurant back in the Jewish quarter. ...
... deposited us at the gardens at 11:30 and we walked to the main offices to get tickets to see the palaces. It's clear that Frederick and company had gobs of money and the power it gave them.
The palaces are huge and sprawling and beautiful. The day was spent touring the palaces and learning some German history. Around 4:30 it was decided to cut-and-run so we caught a bus for the Potsdam hauptbahnhof.
The train we caught was crowded when we got on and then ...
... percussion, string and wind instruments. It seems that around every corner we meet kids singing and dancing to entertain the crowds and raise a little money. Their form of fado breaks from tradition in a delightful way. We rest our heads in a dusty little attic suite in a convenient location. We admire the view from the window. A Gothic church rises behind the wall that we thought was a continuation of the historic aqueduct. Then we notice people in uniform walking the top ...