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... to race back to the river bank and help put the boat back up on the shore and put the cover on. We headed back for dinner. I had some fresh ham and home made pickles and bread. We found some matchsticks and had a competition to build a house. Aunty Gisi was the best as she was so steady. It was very cold so I helped build a ...
... the exhibition is laid out in a stunning structure, both inside and out.
Granny was then itching to get some retail therapy in Kurfurstendamn, so having directed Grandpa and her to a U-Bahn station on the right line, Samson and I headed off to do some gift shopping around the tourist glitz of Checkpoint Charlie.
We regrouped back at the hotel in time to head across to a different, larger food market to buy thing for our dinner.
Having eaten ...
... places back home. It took ages for our food to come but it was good, I got fatoush salad. We talked about Europe and how much we disliked ruby Klimek. We walked back this nice route and got a beer at a kiosk on the way (one euro and you can drink on the street). When we got back to our apartment Nim was so worried because we'd been out for two hours. Right now we are sitting on the bench outside our window having darts. I love you, ...
... unoccupied until the sixties. Right before the building was rebuilt again, the Soviets had graffitied most of the inside walls of the building declaring how they had defeated Germany. When the Reichstag was built, all of the walls inside were covered with white paneling so all of the memories of the war were gone. In the 1990's the building was redone again as that is when Parliament finally moved back into the building from Bonn, Germany. All of ...
... really wasn't convenient and it took a bit of walking. But we found that shop. We picked up a couple of T-shirts, they cost not too much more than at home, had a coffee and were on our way to the next stop. A crosstown bus ride from the Tiergarten (the Berlin Zoo), about 8 kilometers west. This was the location of the Prussian summer royal palace called Schloss Charlottenburg. The other big plus was there was another Christmas Market, on the Schloss grounds.