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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 …
... the day! After our rest, we headed out to Potsdamer Platz, a town square that had the wall running right thru it. It has become sort of a symbol of the new Berlin. Sony has built a beautiful, modern building there now, and others followed suit. It's a bustling area, very open, huge u-bahn stations, lots of restaurants, very lit up and pretty, lots of people. We considered a few eateries, but the one that caught John's fancy the most was an Indian restaurant. Christie will ...
... and the lineup was ridiculous, even at
2pm. It will have to be on the 'next time’ list.
I met up with Andrew the Scot; our entry time for the Reischtag was at 2:30. As you walk up
the ramp, circling up the glass dome, it’s a panoramic view of Berlin. Which, I have to say, is humdrum. Berlin was bombed flat in the war, and rebuilt. The skyline, such as it is, is
drab, much like Munich. So, I thought it ...
... and in our broken German / sign language told him to move over whilst Paul changed his tyre for him. He had obviously hit a curb or gutter or something and it was a shame because it was a brand new tyre. The man was so grateful that he shoved ten euros in Paul's hand. Paul tried to say it's ok, don't worry but the man really insisted and started saying thank you thank you in English. It was nice of him And it paid for our train tickets to and from the frozen lake. It felt good ...