ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin Charlottenburg
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... to how God is at work in there lives to will and to work for His good pleasure (Phil. 2:13). What a joy it is to fellowship with God's people and to anticipate the joy of heaven's eternal communion with Christ and all those He has ransomed with His blood "from every tribe and people and language and nation" (Rev. 5:9). Maranatha! See below for a picture of the alumni ...
... we can manage. We got a few laughs at the hostel but there were also a few people hinting that they'd like one in the morning.
We hooked up with our friend Dave Holtan last night. He quit his job teaching in Madison to travel again. He's been in Russia and E. Europe for 6 months and he's the one that told us about the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. It was great to catch up with him. We cooked dinner at our apartment and then went out to ...
... then sprinkled with curry powder, but hey who am I to judge? It did hit the hunger spot, so I guess that's the main thing :) We next visited the Topography of Terror, an outdoor museum of text and pictures which provided a fantastic insight into the Nazi reign. It was pretty full on, with such horrible stories and so much to take in...we were basically depressed by the end of it, which I guess one should be...so we turned to coffee and cake to try to cheer ourselves up! ...
... was called no mans land. Nowadays the Berlin wall is of course no longer there, bar a few pieces for memorial purposes, but in its place they have paved with bricks exactly where the walls used to run. Such a cool idea to remember such a horrible thing. Once we finished our tour at Checkpoint Charlie, we had free time. Lunch was first on the menu, then a pharmacy for me. Took a while to find one, so a bit of shopping and a hot drink happened in ...
... br> After a bus ride down to the metro we only had a couple of changes on the tube before arriving at our stop. We were staying at a backpackers just south west of the city centre. Having the tube right outside our hostel made it a breeze for commuting, however it's not overly cheap. No one really checks you for a ticket. But Murphy's Law would bet that the one time we don't buy it is the one time we get caught, so we didn't go down that avenue (very often).