BEST WESTERN Hotel Am Schloss Koepenick
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... soup before the long 2 km trek! Then it was back on the bus and headed back to the hotel for another rest before we got picked up by Basti and taken to dinner. We had a lovely dinner on a boat on a river (but it wasn't moving). Since they specialized in fish, mother had their version of fish and chips and I had something totally different, marinated salmon (which is actually raw ...
... first leg of the journey. Nice sunny day, almost all highway. He even cracked 100 mph for the first time on this trip. For most of the highway the speed limit is 130 kph, which is about 80 mph. Many people go 150 kph, which is about 93 mph. Very fast from Point A to Point B.
We stopped for lunch around 1:30 or so, spotting a McDonald's just off the highway. The McDonald's here are so much nicer than in America. Very, very clean, like ...
... was truly amazing to get to see these sculptures and carvings that decorated an incredibly famous Greek building from the 4th century BC. Some of the other highlights for us included the Egyptian area of the museum where we were able to see wonderfully preserved examples of sarcophagi and mummies as well as incredible jewelry and pottery from that part of the world as well. A lot of the items in the British museum are listed as being “acquired ...
... and Ingrid explained that they represent the pain that people have gone through. The space can be used by anyone of any religion. The wooden cross that can be seen is removable. Everyone got a surprise when Ingrid just picked it up in her hand. She said it usually resides in the anteroom. A many layered work showing flames, and other symbols is in a meeting room, while one using vertical moving LED lights spells out the most important speeches made in ...
... thanks Kate) and Google.
Well, we've now just finished our second day in Berlin. The weather is outrageous! 29C yesterday and 30+ today. Tomorrow to be similar. And it's accompanied by a fair amount of humidity. But that hasn't stopped your intrepid travellers . . . just means far more liquids and, therefore, pitstops. It turns out too, that our 20 minute trip to and from Berlin is actually closer to an hour, after allowing for 4 (yes, that's four) metro changes. ...