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... charging tourists money to take a photo with them (it's right up there for me with the buskers who jump into U-Bahn cars). For those of us who want to try and get a photo of the checkpoint without them in it (regardless of the monetary aspect), is impossible. Just one of my pet peeves. It took me about an hour to walk from Checkpoint Charlie to the East Side Gallery. I actually started at the wrong end and was completely blown away by all the art ...
... 70s. Capoeira dancing, dreads, peace and love. So when am I moving to Germany? ? ? Also east Germany is the more left wing part, very anti-capitalistic, so a lot of the signs were referring to politics. Truly, the highlight of my trip thus far, something I will carry with me for the rest of my life, I think.
I arrived in Berlin on Tuesday. Where to begin really. The city is covered in street art, its vibrant and alive and every neighbourhood is ...
Our time here is speeding by! We've been enjoying the fellowship with the students and the missionaries. Last night we had dinner with Reinhard and Erika Kurz. They said to say "Hello" to all of you. It was a privilege to be able to spend time sharing and praying together with their family! Wish you could all have been there!
Thanks for all your prayers for my teaching. I am finishing up the Swiss Reformation today and will launch into the British ...
... Italian meal with Alessandro. He really spoilt us by dividing our plates in half so we could try more dishes. It was amazing!!such a nice restaurant too, and the waiter is so funny! We then had a cocktail and returned home at about 11pm. Apparently Paul had a wonderful evening tinkering about, drinking beer and listening to hip hop. I think he needed a bit of space after the busy week. Fair enough.. We said bye to marc and then went to bed... Tomorrow we are off to paris ...
... and so much more. Johnny somehow managed to go up to the buffet five times, it might have been six. He was so happy. It was a good Christmas present for the both of us. I am glad we were only there for one night because I don't think I could do that breakfast again. I know Johnny could though.
We took the noon train out of town so that we could maximize our time in the wonderful room. About six hours and three trains later we were in Berlin. ...