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- Non-smoking hotel
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... I may even miss having the vacuum cleaner clogged up with super, super-long blond hair …… ummm, nope, on second thought I won’t miss that! Our home and our arms will always be open to you!!
Right, enough gushing, on to the drive ….. the long, long, long drive to Berlin. It was supposed to take about three and a half hours but actually took nearly six hours. Germany, how I love your autobahns but how I don’t ...
... that, we spent the next three hours trying to figure out how to use public transit and switched from tram to bus to train to underground and back again trying to get to the famous flea market at Mauerpark that they only have on Sunday's, which we were lucky enough to be in town for, and unlucky enough to experience on a day that was almost 100 degrees Fahrenheit. We finally made it there, and it was absolutely fantastic. They had all sorts of things for sale: posters, ...
My spring break started in Berlin, Germany. We arrived in Germany at around 11:30 AM Friday morning, and immediately went on our first walking tour. We saw the statue of Frederich the Great, the original Humboldt University, the spot where Hitler burned the books, the first catholic church in Germany since the Protestant reformation, Brandenburg gate, the holocaust memorial to the murdered Jews and the Reichstag (the German Parliament). I ...
... else) we finished up our sightseeing, making sure we covered most all of the little side streets and shops and then headed for the train station before flying to Berlin, Germany!
After checking into our hotel and getting settled it was time to explore a bit of Berlin and head somewhere for dinner. At our suggestion we took my parents and brother to the excellent beer hall that Bree and I visited earlier in our trip and it was even better the second time ...
... map that has most of the shops in the local area listed, we set off. In our wanderings, Beryl and I came across another fabric shop, not specifically patchwork, but it was classed as organic. They had some really gorgeous kids tshirt fabric and some lovely soft cottons and poplins. I bought a few fat quarters for my stash. I eventually made my way to a shopping centre, but really couldn't find something I wanted to ...