Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... of it. The building like much of what we saw in Germany, has a regal traditional and classic old look from the outside and an extremely modern, up to date and functional look on the inside. The elevator that took us up the various floors was obviously made for tours carrying up to 48 people. Transparency is huge in government here and it was very obvious.
We said goodbye to cousins Steve, Trudy and Julie mid-afternoon and decided ...
... in one of the best coffees we have had since leaving New Zealand.
Back at the apartment we just chilled out for the afternoon until another of Brendon's brothers Rob arrived. It was also time to start pre gaming for the nights event which was a Bundesliga game at the Olympic Stadium between Hanover and Berlin.
With the train strike on we had to leave early to get on one of the limited services so with a large amount of roadies in hand we set off. ...
... the back roads of the Czech Republic. Quaint little cottages and meandering roads. It was was a lovely to sit and watch the landscape flow by. Played cards and ate M&Ms. It was a long trip but great fun. The river through the Czech Republic and Germany that the train ran beside was beautiful and a delight to look at. Arrived in Germany and was 6 hours into this part of the journey when the new German conductor asked for our ticket. On the ticket there ...
... To find out that something that was already terrible is actually much worse then imagined does no good for a nation trying to reconcile with a difficult past.
Yet in these sort of difficult situations, Germany has a new symbol of hope that can help overcome the discomfort caused by the past. The Reichstag building today is the meeting place of the German Parliament, but it truly is a symbol of German history. Construction began in 1871, after ...
... for the croutons... Before we left Germany to travel east through the old Soviet Bloc countries, we decided a trip to Spandau was on the cards. What a gorgeous little town! We spent an afternoon walking around, taking in the sights as well as the customary beer tasting and pointe work... All in all, Western Europe has been a smorgasbord of delights, differing cultures and kebabs! What stands out the most is how much more expensive it is to live ...