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... It started on the 1st November so we just scraped in. I loved doing the toboggan run with the boys and finishing the night with a glühwein and a hot chocolate with whipped cream. It gave the kids just a little taste of what a white Christmas in Germany would be like. heck it out here: http://www.visitberlin.de/en/event/01-0 4-2015/11th-winter-world-on-potsdamer-p latz
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... under the Kaisers. But even now, there is a poignancy to the place. Memorials to the victims of the Nazis, while not overbearing, are found with some frequency and are often intimate and quiet. It's as though they are shouting silently at the world as when you have a dream and try to cry out but can't be heard. With all that is going on across the globe today, it is clear that we have stopped listening.
But our Berlin story starts as we land at Tegel ...
... of history. I felt as though the impact of the wall was destroyed by the large neon yellow M that intruded into all my pictures. The wall itself was accompanied by some interesting information about Hitler. Apparently the wall crossed over a part of land where Hitler's favorite hotel used to stand. I was really surprised how the history of Germany collided in one spot. You could read about the Nazi meetings that ...
... the train station. On our way we stopped at a pub, and grabbed a beer. We couldn't leave Germany without having a beer! So, we both had Paulaner which was good. We sat and talked for awhile, relaxing and trying to warm up. Eventually we saw other people ordering food, so we had pasta before we left. Jessica and I both agree that moments like that, where we're just sitting, relaxing, and talking in a pub or plaza are the ones we're going to miss the most.
... updates for a while, as the “exciting” things in my life will now involve having a liver biopsy followed by surgery and then many months of recovery. And then we’ll see what happens next (stay tuned). Thank you again to everyone who made my time in the USA and Europe so amazing, wonderful, and memorable. You know who you are – don’t try to deny it!
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