East Side City Hotel
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... have instilled in them a love of languages. The children can speak fluent German, Finnish and English. Olivia was our dedicated tour guide on Saturday and she did an excellent job in moving us around the city. Roy had the day with Anton and had the chance to go and watch a soccer game. The history of Berlin is remarkable, in particular the more recent history when the Nazis came to power leading ...
... conquer it. Maybe if they had a drone in their arsenal...
We had told the twins about the monk brewery and having nothing better to do, we headed back there to impart our knowledge of monk beer to these young Canadians.
After a six hour train we arrived in Berlin with much anticipation. I wasn't really sure what to expect from the city. I knew it was packed full of history but I was excited to see what else it had to offer. Thanks to my persuasive skills, we headed straight for a bar to watch Germany destroy Portugal; another resounding win for the locals. I thought I'd be missing out on the World Cup by not being at home but this is way better. Now I get to support teams which ...
... Damn, they ought to be paying me money for all these advertisements!
Up late this morning. Sandy went down to the massage place in the hotel to see if they could work on her back. Nice Oriental lady worked on her for an hour. She was sore from being roughed up (she says massage folks back home aren't that rough), but the lady said, "Sorry for hurt, but you be better...two days!" I tried to blog while Sandy was ...
... sunscreen. Heading toward Sachsenhausen Finn points out the posters for various political parties. The most interesting being the NPD, a much despised party with only around 10,000 followers. A few years ago the leader had a campaign sign with him pictured revving a motorcycle saying "get on the gas". Things are tense in Germany with elections looming next month.
One of thousands of concentration camps, Sachsenhausen was a labour camp primarily that ...