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... Renaissence, Lutheran, built in its present form in1905, after earlier churches were razed. We admired it all, then climbed to the top of the roof, to look at the city from above. Enough for today; took the bus, then train then bus and walked back to camp. In all, we walked 13 km!! A good initial impression, so much more to see on a future visit. A city of contrasts, some very tacky, some beautifully old or renovated, and much recent and very poignant, and we really only saw half of ...
... in the little Opel. Conor's iPod touch won't play his carefully crafted soundtrack so we are forced to listen to Smooth Jazz FM. Old Blue Eyes croons everything from the The Girl from Ipanema to Strangers in the Night until we can stand it no more. With the music off, we enjoy a day of driving through the beautiful green valleys of the Alentejo. We stop for lunch and a quick glimpse of the town of Sintra where a story book castle presides over a centuries old village overrun ...
... next to my hotel was the last stop before crossing the border. My German friend Mirko remembers being ten years old and visiting family in East Berlin, surrounded by scary soldiers wielding massive guns. Checkpoint Charlie reminds you of the US's involvement. The Wall was a physical and symbolic boundary between democracy and Communism during the Cold War.
What a day it must have been when it came down. Today, there is a ...
... her daughter in Copenhagen and then spent a week in Malaga. Carmen and Gitte soon became friends.
After our relaxing house sit in the Grunewald, we planned on taking a train from Berlin to a couple of Carmen's favorite places in Germany. Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Garmisch Partenkirchen, which to this day, I cannot pronounce correctly.
... past. However, Berlin's openly gay mayor Klaus Wowereit has capitalised on this by coining the city slogan 'Berlin - poor but sexy".