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... 2 ½ hours. Berlin has many fine buildings & leafy wide streets & looks quite a pleasant place in many ways. The various palaces & parliamentary buildings, cathedrals & churches seem to date mainly to the 18th & 19th centuries. After some coffee & a lot of water we set off to catch the bus again to the Jewish Museum but stumbled upon St Mary's, 700 year old, protestant church. Here we were just ready ...
... Agordo as we left in the taxi with rain pouring down for most of the trip. The taxi trip went quite quickly - it took only about 1hr 15 mins with very little traffic on the road (maybe it was the public holiday) but travelling on the freeway made the trip and the freeway quicker as well. By the time we arrived in Venice there was no sign of any rain or bad weather, just beautiful clear skies. How lucky are we with the same ...
He walked past me and smiled. What you would expect on a sunny nice day in Potsdam. The kind of smile you give when you can see someone is enjoying themselves.
But that kind of smiles goes when you continue walking and doing your own thing.
This smile....he looked at me the whole time he walked around the side of the tree, and the turned in a snake and continued looking, and then even as he slowly walked ...
... The fact that it was clean, modern, and spacious were just a bonus! Dinner was served in the hostel restaurant, complete with an enormous bar in the middle. While the meal was fairly average, the bar tender who jumped up on our table and poured shots into our mouths certainly made up for it! Due to the rainy weather Berlin had put on - welcome relief after weeks of a heatwave - most of the group chose to spend their night having drinks at the bar rather than ...
... Scheineschinken auf Bayerisch Kraut! This translates to The Original: Crispy knuckle of pork with Bavarian cabbage. Really? A pig's knee? Yep. Like I said before, I might as well do the full German experience! It was really quite tender although I didn't eat the crispy skin! Tried it but that's about it.
That's it. Off to dream of pigs without their knees! Love you ...