Hotel Dietrich Bonhoeffer Haus
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... out for dinner on our own with a few others. Had a wonderful goats cheese, walnuts and honey salad. Just what the doctor ordered for the cankles. Next morning we stopped in Wittenberg on our way to Berlin. This is where Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the church and set the reformation in motion. Berlin - quite an amazing place with an amazing history. Now, we seem to be visiting places that are celebrating some kind of amazing ...
... the Jordan's and I wandered to find dinner and ended up at a Spanish tapas place. We ordered some Spanish red wine and four small plates: fried sheep cheese with cranberry sauce, bacon wrapped plums, and two meat dishes. It was exactly what we needed to enjoy clean clothes. When we got back to the room, we found out that the plans that Sophie had been trying to make for us had fallen through, and since it was Saturday night and the boys were anxious to experience the ...
... you got around 1/4 L. Hopefully you now understand the issue.
The next morning, I woke up bright and early (7:30) to go to the Anne Frank House. I had been told that if you don't want to wait in the queue very long, you had to get there before 8:30 with the doors opening at 9. I got there at 8:25 and was probably the 15th person in line. By the time the museum opened, the line was probably close to 200 people. The museum itself was quite ...
... there and even though our layover was 6 hours we both had no energy or motivation to go explore. Instead I opted for a beer and salad which made me feel a lot better. Joe on the other hand was super sick and tired. We both did some work on our computers and I planned some of the London leg of my trip. It was so crazy at the airport because there was no water fountains and a small bottle of Evian water was an outrageous 3 euros! I ...
... I particularly liked the bit where we left the pub with a steely gaze and stiff upper lip at the well dressed tourists coming in for a pub lunch. I'd like to think they stepped warily around us because they were intimidated, but it may have just been all that sweat! It was cold and not that pleasant as the three of us, sans the Artful Badger, trudged north up the road from the Lion, feeling like moving targets for all the boy racers on their motorbikes as they flew past us ...