Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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... wall was, cutting streets in half. went to see the Brandenburg gate an in the back ground in the famous Alden Hotel from the 1920s's which became more famous when Michael Jackson dangled his baby out of it! lots of the buildings have bullet holes in them (but almost all of it is reconstructed as 80% of Berlin was destoryed during bombing! we say happier buildings, their national museums ...
... the same. So we decided to catch a night train back that evening. During the day we visited the waterlooplein markets once more and the biomarkt to collect some supplies for the train trip. We have both had a major dairy overload so are trying to cut down a little. I am attempting a vegan diet for a little while. And this supermarket is great for finding alternatives to the normal bread and cheese sandwich, or potato with sour cream, or pasta with heaps of cheese ...
... Gate so took the U bahn back into town on my own. There was quite an intensive security check - like the airports - before we could get in there. I suppose as memorials go it was quite a good one. It answered the what, who, how and when but it didn't answer the why. And for me that's most important. I can't understand how people could do all this stuff ...
... churches, and started on a combination of ancient, WW2 and Berlin Wall landmarks and monuments which was awesome. Really great to do this and learn about is history, Once the tour finished, we went to the topography of terror, potsdamer platz, and around the back of the river and museum island, before heading home (via a Currywurst-chopped ...
... to finally get started and work for CDS. Am so excited about the next months ahead, people to meet and things to learn…
Whoever followed my blog, I hope you enjoyed reading it. Unfortunately, I have to say – this is it. I might write a book some day, as even the blog is only marginal to what we experienced. If so, I let you know.
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