Alper Hotel am Potsdamer Platz
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... We have been exceptionally lucky. From austere buttoned up street frontages to Cold War totalitarian architecture to grungy areas with courtyard mazes hidden from prying eyes, Berlin seems to hold many secrets. Some it gives up readily and this is evident in its full frontal acknowledgement of the role it played as the headquarters of the Third Reich and all of the horrors associated with that hideous time in its history and in the Cold War period which followed seeing ...
25 years ago (this coming November) since the Wall came down.
Paul and I were living in Fulda, West Germany at the time and there was such an unbelievable feeling all around.
As 'newly weds' we lived only 20 minutes from the East German border so that exact night of the 9th November 1989 we hopped in our car and drove out to see what was happening. Lots.....watching the 'Trabants' (2 stroke fibre glass body little DDR cars) coming across the border of East ...
... Muenchen, then the overnight train to Rome. Tomorrow morning I'll get a few more snacks, but I think I am pretty well equipped with food at the moment.
The weather is expected to be great in Rome when we arrive Saturday morning. We have been quite lucky with weather during this entire trip. Paris was a bit rainy, but it's been super sunny otherwise! Hope it keeps up!
-- Ryan L.
... windows, I decided that I should probably take advantage of the vitamin d dose and stay at home. And that I did. I spent the afternoon with the door to the balcony wide open, sitting just inside as to still feel the warmth of the heater and soak up the sun. Was soooooo nice! I then did some reading and writing, cooking and waited for Paul to get home. He had a really nice last day at work. David has reassured him that he will have more ...
I would like to begin my recount of the Berlin segment of our trip, by pointing out that it was not my fault that the only food available in the dining carriage on our journey to Berlin was a fantastic Austrian riesling. The dining car lady told me there was no electricity! Needless to say the journey was lovely and I provided great entertainment for the children! Berlin was very enjoyable. It has an interesting mix of modern and old. In many aspects it has been planned on ...