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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... isn't Rome and the base prices really are very reasonable. Another statue for my collection. No idea who this bloke is. This is where I had my first beer yesterday. They mentioned breakfast on the window but I'd already determined that that was a thing of the past. But I did have a beer and get a pic of their rather fancy beer tap. A cozy corner for a chat... Or a game of cards as I saw yesterday. Some ...
... br> memorial.
We will not in this forum describe the
horrid stories of suffering and sacrifice that we heard. There are
no words that can describe the experience and emotion that we felt as
we walked in the footsteps of the tens of thousands of prisoners who
lived, worked and ultimately perished there. Though many of the
buildings have been destroyed, several of them still exist with many
remnants that tell the story of the terror ...
... largest food floors. I've never seen anything like it; the cheese section alone had my pulse racing! We were able to purchase some deli items to eat at the bar...with a glass of Ka de We beer to wash it down! I was very disappointed with the Canadian section, where in addition to the obvious maple syrup, they had a selection of Pop Tarts, jars of Fluff (remember that stuff?)...
We ended the day with old home movies. Priceless!
Till next time,
... I also found that by focusing on the language full time to begin with gives you an enormous confidence boost on a day to day basis. My advice to anybody moving to Berlin is to double down on the language in the beginning because once you start working you will likely be using English a lot and will have less time for learning German.
Angie has been having a bit of a rough time of it though. She was working as an OP Schwester (theater nurse) in ...
... A huge glass dome has been stuck to the back & roof of the government building.
The sphere dome creates a 360 degree view over the city. The oversized glass golf ball doesn’t really match the rest of the building. But I suppose its the mesh of old & new that makes this city beautiful. As most things in Berlin we quickly realised- the addition to the Reichstag, impressive as it may be, is very controversial to the local Berliners & tourists.