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The wind was still blowing hard when we awoke, but no
stress, the day was to be spent driving to Berlin. The trip was pretty much
uneventful with an opportunity to view the rural landscape of Germany. The
countryside is very green with rolling fields planted to Wheat, Barley, Rye,
Potatoes, Maize and some fields of Lavender. Many of the fallow fields were
filled with bright red ...
... house and gardens. He was lovely and mum was ecstatic she could show us through. Next stop was the 'pharmacy' where mum did her apprenticeship and finally to the highlight for me, the flat where I spent 6 months when I was 4 years old and Tanja was 8. Oma and Opa (mums parents) lived in a ground floor flat and Opa being the gardener, maintained the garden and made it flourish. Of course coming back 37 years later, the building and grounds where not as maintained as ...
... The heart break it caused is staggering to think about. You can see from what remains today how deeply this action impacted the city.
From here we went to an area in the east and had curry wurst for lunch. This is bratwurst with a curry sauce and chips - very delicious. The area was also known as an artist area, but now they have moved on, although many galleries still remain and it also has a lot of small specialist shops. ...
... went to a brewery in Spandau which was also a restaurant. The brewery was a working boutique brewery making and selling beer, it also sells food. The food was typical German food, Marg had a pork knuckle and I had beer goulash.
After dinner, we went back to Carmen and Andreas's home and continued socialising in wonderful company.
Here I must say that the German people are so warm and welcoming that it makes one feel at home and ...
... one that was modeled after St. Paul’s in London), the only remaining part of the old palace and an interesting monument. Less than 10 yards from where I parked, I saw a monument with a life-size bronze statue of a man. I walked up to it and read the inscription and it was for General von Steuben. He was a Prussian military soldier who later became a General in the Revolutionary War and served as George Washington’s Chief of Staff. One of his ...