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... yet, so perhaps we are saving the best of the city till later. It seems colder than Cochem, both in temperature and in culture. We had looked up a restaurant that sold typical Bavarian meals and headed there to try Oktoberfest beer and order some typically German meals. Nic got pork knuckle with a rich gravy, sauerkraut and dough balls. I got sliced dough balls with mushrooms, smothered in a cheesy sauce. My meal was very ...
... were all the GDR and Politburo dignitaties lived.
Then back on the U/S-Bahn to take in the 1km of graffiti that is the East Side Gallery. We rejoined the S/U-Bahn network for our return trip back to the hotel, calling in to get some things for dinner. Really good having a reasonable mini-supermarket directly opposite the hotel.
Crikey, what a day. Shopping sounds to be on the cards for tomorrow!
... bullet holes in it. The exhibition of Greek, Roman and similar artefacts was well laid out over 2 floors. Next was the Neues Museum. This was Pieter's holy grail. Nefertiti as here. The museum had roman and Egyptian items amongst others. Nefertiti had a room on her own. She was in a glass box that you could get close to and walk around. She did not disappoint Pieter. At the National Art gallery was an exhibition by Rembrandt Bugatti, the ...
... commentary did point out that there had been some controversy because it had been at that church where Hitler had opened the first Nazi dominated parliament on 20 March 1933. It was all carried out with much solemnity and ceremonial, and paid due regard to Junker sensibility. The Day of Potsdam, as it was dubbed, was a master stroke because it clearly demonstrated the Nazis' respect for the old order of things and so added to their respectability. It ...
... and started willy nilly. Regardless of the interesting sights to be seen, it wasn't long before I felt that it was the wrong day for me to be doing this long run, my Nathan's hydration backpack appeared to have sprung a leak and my back was getting very wet and with the occasional rain during the run I was basically cold and wet. I managed to plod along for 28km and although the photos that I took from this run look very nice, it didn't feel ...