Hotel Alte Feuerwache
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... a certain age, with lots of money obviously. Coffee was good. Which is actually saying something as coffee has been a somewhat hit and miss affair in NYC, England and parts of Europe. I don't know what they use, but it does not appear to be milk as we know it. Or if it is, it has been seriously overheated, nasty sickly sweet stretched proteins, and aerated so it has the texture of bubble bath. We know, Australians are coffee snobs; and we would like to genuinely thank the ...
... bits and bobs which will demand more luggage space - WHICH WE DO NOT HAVE!!
After depositing the purchases back at the flat we took the U-Bahn to Potsdamer Platz and went to an art museum in the centre (Martin-Gropius-Bau)....housed in a beautiful building, not far from Checkpoint Charlie. There were two very contrasting exhibitions, and we decided to see both - one was a fascinating retrospective of the German film ...
... when an older man near the front of the line looked back at those waiting and said 'It’s been twenty-five years since I’ve seen lines like this.’ The second counter was opened soon after.
As for the actual celebrations, I’m sure they were very impressive. They look that way on television. I did not catch it, since it was impossible to get to the scene. Massive crowds and police barricades were the ...
... with the fake US soldiers (they were German) then a visit to the Checkpoint Charlie Museum to see and read about the Berlin Wall. What fools men can be. Germans embrace the tragedies of the past and don't try to erase them from their history, which I guess is good. Some munchies and then to the nearby remains of the wall and a very sobering display of the terrible trials of Warsaw ...
... 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 ...