Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... of one upheaval after another. This city has rebuilt itself so many times, after WWI, then split after WWII, building two cities, then putting them back into one after 1989. Everywhere seems to be being remade. I am a bit shattered tonite, whether it is just the heat, or being nearly on the home strait, or the combination, I'm not sure. Tomorrow we are off to Copenhagen. You all take care, and Happy Birthdays to Mac and Annette. XX, ...
... Unfortunately a couple of things worked against us from the start. First we set out to explore just a little after 6pm and quickly realized that this sleepy little town really shut down quickly so all of the little shops we walked past were closed for the evening. Our second challenge was that after a few minutes of walking the clouds got significantly darker and it began to rain pretty steadily. Faced with a decision of pressing on or calling it a night and returning to ...
Dan and I couldn't get over it that we made it on the bus. Every few minutes one of us would laugh or squeeze each other in thanks. Definite teamwork for that fiasco. The bus once again had ****** wifi. I don't know why they even bother advertising they have it. It is never good. We were happy and content until Dan saw a menu list in the seat's pocket. What caught his eye? What else? Beer. Or bier. And he almost choked on his tongue when he read "bier: 1.50€" Dan ran to ...
... of the opera.
All of the stores are closed on Sundays in Berlin, Germany. They celebrate family time through picnics, hikes, games, etc.
There is no longer a large population of Jews in Berlin. There was only 1 of every 4 Jews that survived WWII. Einstein is a Jew that lived in what is now called "Jewish Switzerland", a Jewish community, but he escaped before WWII. ...
... market, where Peter bought, in typical Peter fashion – a huge punnet of strawberries, and a clutch of rhubarb. Oh, and the station has a most magnificent entrance hall. Worth a number of photos. So, that’s it for Groningen. Nice to have seen it but don’t feel the need to go back.
Our trip to Hanover was eventful for the large number of thunder showers we drove through. When it rains here it really rains! Wanted to do a big grocery shop at Aldi but ...