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... a massive park which was used once by Prussian royalty for deer hunting, it's now a wonderful green space to picnic, jog, walk or cycle in. Along the main avenue is the war monument to WWll Russian soldiers and at the far end of Tiergarten is Siegessaule (Victoria monument) a monument to Prussian military victories in the 19th century, we climbed the 400+ steps to the top where you have ...
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Sea day today so time to check email, and generally rest before we hit St Petersburg on Sunday. This morning was spent napping, and watching "The Monuments Men". Watching the movie was kind of cool, because they showed places we either had just been, or getting ready to visit. The afternoon consisted of another nap, and after searching the ...
this morning it was getting up early to get Peter and Mel up and out of the house they had a plane to catch to get to London. we walked them down the street put them in a taxi after our goodbyes. Ant I reflected their visit on the way back to the house. Have they really been here 6 days which means that our time here in Berlin is coming to an end. Been doing a lot of reflecting where and what do I do when I get back to good old Sydney town. Christmas is is 2 days ...
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The cow was from Nuremberg and it begged to be added to the
blog. So I also included that picture. I never could figure out the
significance of this cow. The store it stood in front of provided no clues
I hope that you enjoy these specific pictures as we had,
taking them and then adding them to the blog. (Kind of like the door knockers,
which can be found included in the Greek blog from 2010).