Propeller Island City Lodge
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... the way, was very powerful. It is over a block large and was designed by an American artist. We actually began the tour at the Jewish synagogue. The street in front is always patrolled by German police as per the law. At the start of WWII, Berlin was home to over 130,000 Jews. Along the way, our guide pointed out the Stolperstein, or Stumbling stones. You can find these throughout Germany and they are small brass squares which are laid typically in front of ...
... really lost without their local.
Besides the usual beer(s) I had a saure Apfel - a sour apple. It's a spirit with a rather pleasant apple flavour.
I thought I might as well eat out here even though I'd already had a few pieces of sushi at a Vietnamese restaurant. My Cantonese mustn't be too bad as the Vietnamese waiter spoke pretty bad Cantonese but I could still understand him. He was actually rather surprised that he seemed to understand ...
... amp; wander back home.
Wednesday 5th June -- Happy Birthday Mum! --
Another beautiful day, really warm in the sun but can get really chilly in the shade (much like the blue mountains). We make a very important phone call on our way into the city to wish mum a wonderful birthday! When we are halfway to the city Francois tells me we need to get of the tram to get coffee at another place the Barista from "No Fire No Glory" put on his list.
5 mins later ...
... Indian restaurant watching the drunk staff dancing to a skipping CD, drinking Strawberry Coladas and eating popadoms. Walked home through the city, which can only be described as a war zone of fireworks. Excuse the bad taste WWII reference. Berlin goes mad for a firework around Dec 31st. New Years Day was a lazy affair. Glühweins, blankets, outdoor heaters. Just what the doctor ordered. More pictures to ...
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From Georgia to Germany.
Breathtaking sceneries, diverse cultures, amazing food and inspiring encounters...at least we hope that our expectations will be met. There are of course little worries such as language barriers, money, time and heat. We hope to overcome them all with a little bit of wit!
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