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... door of their building. Harley explained that the Berlin police had recently told the refugees that if they come out with their documents, they would personally take them to the immigration building and help them get the proper documents to stay in Germany. Fifty people agreed to this, but once they came out of the school they were put in the police cars and driven directly to the airport to be deported. After this, of course no one else inside the school trusted them ...
... one also had a bar to buy a beer or wine, together with free wifi!
After the laundry was complete, we went down to Restaurant Fabisch in our hotel lobby for a wonderful dinner of Granny's Beef Cheeks and Mash together with some red wine. All this was enjoyed to the music of a live jazz band.
A very enjoyable day and evening. Off to bed in readiness for the next day's exploration of Berlin.
... butterfly safe for him, and bring it with her later, when she went to Berlin for shopping.
“Such a coincidence,” added the inn lady, “He contacted me just yesterday to ask how his schmetterling was doing!” I just smiled at her and said, “when you speak to the shaman again, please thank him for the butterfly medicine he brought into my life.”
The butterfly featured as symbol ...
... Museum, the Neues Museum, the Alte National Gallery the Bode Museum and the highlight, the Pergamon Museum. The Pergamon Museum contains the Pergamon Altar, and the unbelievable Ishtar Gate, built by King Nebuchadnnezzar II.
On the side of the altar is an inscription by the King that states "I Nebuchadnezzar laid the foundation of the gates down to the ground water level and had them built out of pure blue stone. Upon the walls in ...
... things we had learnt about and Jono teaches. The highlights for us were the Brandenberg Gates, Reichstag, Berlin Wall, Jewish Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie and the site where Hitler's bunker used to be (now a carpark). Duing the tour the guide reccommended that we visit the "Topography of Terror", an exhibition based on the site of the Gestapo and SS Headquarters in Berlin (now reduced to rubble - with the ...