Andel's Hotel Berlin
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I stumbled upon an event listing for a concert that looked like it might be worth checking out on my first night in Berlin. After about 24 hours of travel and a few Pilsners, Anna and I ventured out into the snowy night to the Louisiana Rhythm Club - Johnny Cash Tribute Night at Roadrunner's Paradise Rock & Motor Club. Just 2.5 miles from our …
The Choir began the performance section of the tour today at St Hedwig's Cathedral. What a beautiful church. It was an incredible mixture of clean stone, glass and wood, open and airy, yet warm and welcoming. The Choir was wonderful in this space and it seemed like they we loved by the locals.
I really liked the Cathedral priest, he …
... of the art and architecture movement that started here in Saxony.
We also made the big decision to buy a blender. Weird, but yes, we will now carry a small blender in our bags because we need a break from the meat and cheese breakfasts anymore. Deanne has been making green smoothies for breakfast for about 15 years and I've been doing it for 5 and we miss the healthy start to the day. It's no vitamix, but it'll do. It only weighs a couple of ...
... other for 16 hours on a street we were free to walk up and down, where World War III could have started...very heady stuff. There is one very imposing government building that Hitler had built that survived the war. It is absolutely HUGE, and John believes it had to have been spared on purpose....maybe there were spies or informants or something. At any rate, it's an imposing, architecturally unpleasant building that housed Hitler's offices where unthinkable decisions were ...
... a tomb. It's the most moving memorial I have ever witnessed.
One block away is Führerbunker, Hitler's headquarters, escape bunker, and the site of his suicide. His reinforced bunker still sits 70 feet below, but is filled with cement and is not accessible and covered by a parking lot. The site is marked by a simple sign describing the former buildings and a short story of the last days of the war. There are no markers to the ...