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... lounge chair on the banks of the Seine, which has been converted for the summer into Paris Plage, a sort of artificial beachfront with clumps of tables, chairs and beach umbrellas ranged along the quai, musicians playing here and there, snack and drink vendors at convenient intervals, and a festive atmosphere overall. The sun is shining, people are smiling, and tout est bien.
But before I launch into the French chapter of this blog, a ...
... dirty City sadly. We love Germany more than anything but are blown away at the in ground filth on seats and foothpaths and the rubbish on the Streets.
We thought it might just be say around the train station or....but no it is all around us.
Most unlike the German people as they are very neat and very clean people.
We just it down to being a big City.
Carmen naturally wanted to purchase her Brandenberg Gate Pandora Charm so we made our way ...
... a K...like every other street in Berlin. S, K, close enough.
I came back in my room, took a power nap, and went back out to play cards with some more people.
I met some people who I really hit it off with, one being a sweet Australian with a kind smile. We all decided to go to a Jazz show, something I see all the time back at home, but it seemed foreign to everyone else. After a few drinks and inhaling enough secondhand cigarette smoke to kill a small ...
We have had an enjoyable couple of days in the capital city of Germany. There have been many sobering moments as we have visited the many displays and museums focusing on Germany's history prior to and during the war and in the period following with the erecting of the Berlin Wall and it's subsequent fall in 1989. Highlights would have to be Checkpoint Charlie one of the crossing points ...
... I thought. I was kind of disappointed, but we probably saw the portion of the wall that wasn't written all over. After, we stopped by Checkpoint Charlie which was the crossing point between East and West Berlin. At the time, there was a soldier there holding an American flag, but our guide made sure that we knew he wasn't an American soldier. Then we walked through Berlin seeing different political buildings, and we stopped at the same Christmas ...