Comfort Hotel Weissensee
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... br> But before we headed to Sinsheim, we spent a day at Musweise, which is a nearby village with one of the biggest farm machinery exhibition/fairs in Baden-Wurttemburg – a bit like the Royal Easter Show but without the animals or competitions. Anyway, we had a great day walking around looking at the tools they have here in Germany – we identified a similar log-splitter to the one we have at the farm, but we also had a great time looking ...
Berlin. A modern city but with with a rich history. I was surprised by just how big some stretches of the Berlin wall still are, and that as we passed over many roads, that foundation stones still remain running all over the city. A driving tour took us to the largest remaining section of the wall, the Brandenburg gate, reichstag, checkpoint Charlie, university, the "toothpick" which can be ...
... and laundry storage. After reunification the house was made a museum and gallery for minimalist art. The exhibition when we visited was a collection of 20th century minimalist art on the theme of grey. There was a superb piece by Josef Albers.
We went back to the tram stop and had coffee with the workmen and locals at the bakery and coffee shop. Our various excursions to the suburbs, mostly to look at architecture, have been some of ...
Tonight we arrive in Berlin the capital of Germany!
Our guide tells us a story about a friend of hers that lived in Berlin, who on pulling down a wall during a renovation in their apartment found recording devices and a microphone, apparently from the time of the Cold War. That's one way to welcome us to a new city.
As we drive in through Berlin and to our hotel, which is around 30 mins out from the city centre, there is a great difference ...
... Italian meal with Alessandro. He really spoilt us by dividing our plates in half so we could try more dishes. It was amazing!!such a nice restaurant too, and the waiter is so funny! We then had a cocktail and returned home at about 11pm. Apparently Paul had a wonderful evening tinkering about, drinking beer and listening to hip hop. I think he needed a bit of space after the busy week. Fair enough.. We said bye to marc and then went to bed... Tomorrow we are off to paris ...