DORMERO Hotel Brandenburger Hof Berlin
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... of the city. We then walked past the Humboldt University and on to the large and striking Berliner Dom (grand royal church). Walking in the heat was zapping our energy levels fast, so we decided to eat at the restaurant outside the DDR Museum. A hearty lunch in the sun watching the river tour boats come and go then on into the Museum which documents life in East Germany. It was packed with lots of German students who apparently ...
Firstly, happy Fathers' Day to my amazing husband. After 26 years, he still manages to amaze me... And, he'll have another Father's Day in September when we are home, when he might actually receive a gift. Enough smultz.
We caught the ICE train from Amsterdam at 8 o'clock this morning for Berlin with a change at Duisburg. The train was crowded and chaotic, there was not much room for our luggage, and there were people standing. We were told to stay on at Duisburg, ...
... to in all of Europe. We literally spent over 30 minutes trying to find the train we needed, I was walking around with my map like a lost puppy so some guys who were drinking at one of the food places came up and asked if they could help me so we eventually found our way. So our Berlin pub crawl was my first pub crawl ever. We went with another 2 topdeck groups as well as other random people who had happened to book the tour. The price of the pub crawl included ...
... coffee at the train station. The trip takes about an hour, but we were a bit late arriving in Leipzig. I had timed the train arrival with enough time to walk to the church before services began. Because we were late we took a taxi and arrived just after the processional. Thomaskirche has been a Lutheran Church since the reformation and with the closure and destruction of the university church during the communist era, it had become the main Lutheran ...
... 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!
The opposite of love is not hate. The opposite of love is indifference.