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... However, once the congregation began to welcome the Sabbath bride with a thunderous rendition of L'cha Dodi, the language barrier was extinguished immediately. Singing and praying in Hebrew became our common language. Unlike the services I was used to at home, the entire service was in Hebrew. It was an incredible sensation doing the same Jewish rituals in Germany as I did thousands of miles back home. Services were sang full of jolly and there was an enthusiasm that ...
... it was great to take a quick spin through the many levels of this iconic store. We of course spent the most time in the toy section (by far the most exciting part of the store) and we were still in awe of the grocery sections on the ground floor. After doing a little bit of shopping as well in their own gift shop we made our way back through the maze to find the exit and some dinner.
Not only is Harrod’s an institution in and of itself, but it is also ...
Day 3 Another lateish start. Enjoying the fresh made linnen of the hotel way to much. Yoghurt. Banana. Choc muffin. Book car for London and hotel Belgium. No luck with Airbnb again. Head out around 11. Go for a wander. Head to Alexanderplatz TV tower Starbucks meeting point for alternative tour. "Marij-uana" tour guide by day - trapeze artist by night. Train one stop. Yoga cork man. Taken to alley, street art.( lil Lucy- Czech ...
... Reich tour but I thought it was worth doing and well...it's free! Our guide took us to the famous Humboldt University, where Einstein was a Professor. On the square outside the University is where the Nazis held the famous book burning. If I had internet connection right now I would google his name but our tour guide said a quote from someone well known in the 1880, who said "where they burn books, they will eventually burn people." I wonder if he was alive to see ...
... store with great service, and it was fun to shop there. I bought a few things to take home some of the styles I’ve seen the European women wearing. I did buy a crazy pair of shoes in a little shop just off Kurfurstendamm, but I didn’t find a shoe store with anything other than the very standard Birkenstocks. I was regretting not buying Birkies in the store in Rothenburg, which
had the most incredible inventory of Birkies, ...