Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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... Reformation and prep them for the final exam. It's been a great week and a half getting to know the students and to fellowship with them! I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to share God's Word with them. After I wrap up teaching this morning I will head into Berlin for the afternoon and evening before hopping on a flight to Helsinki tonight at 9:30 PM. More ...
... one was killed.
The next day, we went to a different part of the city on the Spree river to see the Berlin Wall East Gallery. It's a hodgepodge of graffiti art that has been preserved. We also went on our first pub crawl of the trip. For 10 Euros, a group of about 20 of us were led like sheep to various bars around town. It was fun and it's a great way to meet fellow travelers. Considering that you got 6 (half) shots and free entry to places that ...
We arrived in Berlin after a 6-hour train ride from Amsterdam and shared our compartment with a middle aged Dutch couple who were very friendly. The ride didn't seem to drag, perhaps looking out the window and watching the scenery change made the time appear faster. I suppose on an airplane you really have nothing to look at.
When we arrived at the train station, we decided to get a taxi to our hotel as it wasn’t too far away but as we walked out to ...
We arrived in our accommodation early afternoon and started walking the streets. Berlin is presently like a huge construction site and we found that we needed to negotiate our way around streets that were closed. We started with an organ recital in the St Hedwig's Cathedral, then past the site of the Nazi book burning ceremony to Under ...
Today was my last day in Finland (at least until next time), so I bade farewell to Pentti and Freja, as Heddi and I went to have a last walk around Helsinki before I needed to depart. After packing up, we caught a train into town and left my luggage in a locker so we could walk around freely. We walked down to Tölöd and enjoyed a walk around the lake and park, making sure we stopped for a coffee (it wouldn't be Finland if we didn't).
After returning, I recovered my bag, ...