Rheinsberg Am See Hotel
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Today was all about Potsdam. A town outside of Berlin where one of the Kings - Edward 1st (?) built a summer palace San Soucci. The town wasn't really effected by the bombing so is still in tact as it originally was built but most of the houses that are now beautiful were very run down and have been extensively renovated. There is a bridge here that many spy rendezvous took place at. It is on the border of East & West and had the wall running around it and barbed ...
... Instead of rebuilding the church, it was left in its post-war state as a reminder of the horrors of war. A new church was build alongside. When I visited the new church, a choir started to rehearse, so I stayed for a good while. They were from England and were very talented, sort of a mix between Stomp! and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Then it was time for the game. I made my way to the Fan Mile at the Brandenburg Gate, ...
... Wife's cousin Alona, who has lived in Berlin with her husband Sepp for thirty years. They live near the Olympic Stadium, which we passed as the crowds were leaving the afternoon's football match. It turned out that Berlin's troubles are not over: Borussia Dortmund thrashed Hertha Berlin 4 - 0.
No beer today. I fear I drank rather too much of Sepp's excellent German white wine.
Competition Time: Who was the elderly, well dressed celebrity at Autostadt? Answers on a postcard.
... it for another when we have finished with it, so it's all good. I am very sure that Paul will love it too. It's a great read. This is Paul's second attempt at a book in his entire life. I have been trying to encourage him to read a bit more as it is great for the mind, and he does have a bit of spare time on his hands these days. My philosophy is, that the reason he hasn't read too many books in his life is that he has never found ...
... would appear as real life landmarks.
Truth be told, we really didn’t know much about Berlin. I think our eagerness to visit here was due to listening to other people be excited about it and jumping head first into pack mentality. My impressions were based on our friends in London describing it as an up-and-coming hotspot for coolness, and the German people we met along the way explaining that following the destruction of the wall, ...