Art'Appart - Berlin Suiten
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This is the day we are going to a suburb of Berlin and we are going to a holiday house on the water. We drove a long way around 5 hours and when we got there it was very nice. Uncle Martin and I wanted to go out in the boat so I raced back to the house to check with Karin if I could go out but dinner was just about on the table so ...
... what was seen to be ahead of its time, a hatch-back model called the 630. After a stand-off with the DDR the engineer in charge was told to destroy all the test models and was moved to another site. Two years later the Golf 1 model was launched by VW, and to the amazement of Trabant designers was found to be exactly the same as the 630. How did that happen!
After regrouping we headed down to the Judisches Museum. Documenting 2000 years of German - ...
... but I had no cash so I just got myself a burger (I meant I had like seven euros in cash). When I got back I ate and we all skyped Fred and Callum simultaneously for about an hour. I need to FaceTime you soon! We hung around for another few hours and then me deejay and Lia went out for dinner and Nim stayed home. We walked around this area with lots of restaurants for ages and then went to a nice Lebanese place, one like those ...
... are. The building was very neat and was quite old. The inside of the building was a mixture of architecture from the many times it was rebuilt over the years. The first time it was built, the Plannery Changer (where the parliament sits) was built completely out of wood. In the early thirties, the building was burnt down, possibly by communists in support of Hitler. The Nazis used this to show that the current government was falling. The Reichstag ...
... Euros. Plus no shipping and handling. I took it. Plus I bought a couple of Berlin stamps I required for my collection. This was really a score for me as I am sure it would have been unlikely that I would have found it in the states. Note: I used my cell phone to take pictures of the empty pages in my album, and so I had a list of my stamp requirements,
We then set off to find the Harley dealer here in Berlin. We had directions, but as you can imagine, ...