Arte Luise Kunsthotel
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12th October We had our first dinner on the evening we arrived in Berlin sitting on the Northern bank of the Spree river, a vibrant working river with a brisk traffic of long barges laden with building materials navigating their way amongst tourist boats which looked a little empty at this time of year. For the first time since arriving in Europe …
... and ended up on the Berlin Beach. This is an area where sand has been brought in and a bar has been set up alongside the river. Lots of people were enjoying a quiet drink spread out on the sand. We also saw the Oberbaumbrucke bridge which was the only pedestrian bridge where authorities would allow people to cross to West Berlin.(by permit). Dinner was at a brewery bar where we were entertained by an old lady playing a worlitzer ...
... there were no more outgoing buses until tomorrow, I made my way back to our flat.
Tears rolling down my face.
Could I do this on my own? Maybe I just needed my big sister.
Which I got running towards me as soon as I hopped off the train.
While I was on the train. Anna...the gem, had booked me another train for tomorrow and was planning to drop the ticket to me before it left tomorrow.
We went back to the ...
... where the burning of the books happened. There is a memorial that shows a library with empty book shelves. Below it says something like: he who starts by burning books, later ends up burning humans. How scary is that!! We then saw this monument inside an empty building. It is of a mother holding her dying child. There is a hole on the roof so when it rains or snows, it covers the statue. It's pretty neat but a sad monument. To end the tour we went to the ...
... with the family she embraced but that she'll never get to know. We ended it in Berlin, seeing how Jane's daughters are moving forward with their careers and relationships - the daughters that Ruth took under wing in Vancouver to be the daughters she never had. And along the way she took me to Prague so I could start to meet new people in my new independent life.
Three weeks of museums, of ruined castles, of language challenge, of ...