Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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Well, it's Friday and it's time to pack up and work strategically at squeezing in all those gummy bears and German chocolate bars into my suitcase. It's also time to wrap up my teaching here and head back to the States. Last evening I was able to teach on worry from Matthew 6 and enjoy a prayer meeting with the students. This morning I will teach through three hours on ...
... First, they boarded up the first floor windows and doors on all the buildings, but people would climb out or jump into W. German Fire Dept. nets. Then they bricked up each window and door. Then they razed the buildings. Then they built 2 walls with a "death zone" in between so there was a clear line of fire by the guards. About 130 people were killed trying to escape. On the streets here, there are round metal plates in the sidewalks and grass that mark ...
... friends. I've decided to visit her and Adrian in Berlin because the day of my departure is also her birthday.
I have now more than ever noticed how great tastes a famous Berlin Currywurst. Thank you Adrian and Awa for the nice stay.
Even though I'm pretty tired now, I can enthusiastically attack the next stage of my journey!
Brace yourself! Hungary!
... and ended up on the Berlin Beach. This is an area where sand has been brought in and a bar has been set up alongside the river. Lots of people were enjoying a quiet drink spread out on the sand. We also saw the Oberbaumbrucke bridge which was the only pedestrian bridge where authorities would allow people to cross to West Berlin.(by permit). Dinner was at a brewery bar where we were entertained by an old lady playing a worlitzer ...
... for the Brandenburg gate and as we do so, we note just how many folk are wondering around. Many, many tourists. Obviously already into the shoulder season. Standing in front of the Brandenburg Gate is even more impressive in real life than it is in pictures. Moreover we are pleased to be able to see it in the evening lit up as it is. The temperature has really dropped though and we are a wee bit cold. Our crisp sheets and warm hotel room is sounding very ...