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5:16 AM, just finishing up breakfast to catch a bus to the airport. Leaving Helsinki for Berlin. Reinhardt Kurtz will be picking me up at the airport. My first preaching opportunity is tonight. Please pray for God's blessing on His Word! Also, while you're at it, pray for a bus driver I got to talk to last night. He is originally from Mauritius - he is a Hindu and needs Christ. Next stop ...
... Makes you wonder if anyone learned anything.
There were several more big named German bands I'd never heard of including a goofy white rap trio, but they were actually pretty good. The finale was the Berlin Philharmonic with a full chorus performing Beethoven's 9th (Ode to Joy). Wow. It was amazing and there was a laser and light show with fireworks at the end. What a magical moment. We're so glad we made it to Berlin and especially for this event.
... building where Germany's politicians sit in leather chairs and make the crucial decisions on the country's behalf. A long queue had us take a few snaps before heading down the road to the Brandenburger Tor. A symbol of division during the Cold War the 1791 Brandenburg Gate was modelled on the Athens Acropolis and was used during the WW2 for parades of German troops. Nearby is the Holcaust Memorial which was opened in 2005. The memorial consists of 2711 ...
... the gate blowing their whistles for a green future, to the Tiergarten Park with all its pigeons/pheasants (weren't quite sure on these) and hidden statues, to the Riechstag and all its immensity. Unfortunately we did not get a chance to see the Wall Memoriam due to our short stay in the city and our rendezvous with Mr Nawar, but it has given us a reason to return.
Haven't met a man quite like Nawar who can converse and interact with people so ...
... and beer, with cake and coffee afterwards. Now I'm feeling traditional.
After all this excitement, we went back to the apartment to relax for a while before thinking of what dinner plans to make. First, we made our way to Haagen Dazs to enjoy a hot chocolate and cringe at the store's exorbitant prices. Simone suggested an Italian restaurant nearby named Madchenitaliener. This was a different experience, as you were overwhelmed by the smell of truffles as soon as you ...