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... bringing them uncovered on the footpath to the tables! Quite a bizarre arrangement we thought. Saw Mum and Dad off, as they leave for Zurich on the train tomorrow for the final few days of their adventure. Having such a large and late night the night previous ( I also lost my phone at some point) we headed back to the hotel, I needed to do some organising and re packing of my suitcase, and we then decided not to go out and save the next party for Prague on Friday night ...
... buildings to admire. The following day we hired a couple of bikes and went and searched a few out.
The Holocaust Memorial was a touching site that had been built to commemorate the murdered Jews of Europe during the Nazi reign.
The museum beneath ...
... loved (Similar to my first turkish doner kebap). How Berlin came to alter my top 3 favourite cities in the world to date can be seen in the 7 stunningly simply points below. 1. The history is relevant, recent and real. Adolf Hitler? The Berlin Wall? World War II? Surely it takes you back to year 9 History and not taking in a word of it. Guilty. ...
... strange names like "Masarati" and "Porsche". The very kind man changed some parts and I felt a lot better. In the meantime Alona had taken Willow and Ed to a station as they wanted to go to a town called Potsdam. Ed has been trying to go for years so was quite excited. He wanted to go to a particular house where they tried to make a peace treaty after the Second World War. ...
... texts. It's a little hard to figure it out, because not only are they written in German, but old German with traditionally styled letters. I am going to give specky a call just to check he definitely doesn't want to keep these books. Because I am absolutely sure they are worth not just monetary value but sentimental value. They might have belonged to his parents or grandparents...? We also found a lot of beautiful glassware which will make excellent presents ...