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Our lunch dinner was just as good as the first time. The owner or we think he was the owner was just as much fun as the last time. As we were getting ready to pay the bill we got talking to him about Australia and how his wife loved Tim tamss . he told us the story of how his doctor had told him he would not be able to have children so he and his wife decided to travel and went to Australia visiting Sydney ...
Sandy's view - After having little sleep in 2 days, I slept like a log last night. 11 hours, feel much better! Started the day with a walnut streusel and a cup of coffee while sitting outside on the streets of Berlin. Trying to get a cup of coffee, and the woman asked 1 or 2, but I thought she asked iced, but 1 is pronounced Ike (or something like that)! She had her thumb up, and I forgot when they count over here, they begin counting with their thumb. Luckily, the ...
Having been to Berlin once or twice over the years, I had never managed to get to see the Cecilienhof Palace where the Potsdam Conference of 1945 took place. This was the meeting between Stalin, Truman and Churchill / Attlee at the end of the Second World War, intended to make a lasting settlement in Europe.
I was particularly looking forward to this episode, but there was a slight hitch in that Red was poorly. Clearly her engine was not right, ...
It had stopped snowing when we left the museum and we took a tram to the northwest suburbs of Berlin to see a house designed by Mies van der Rohe for an owner of a printing company and his wife. It displays all the characteristics of the open, minimalist design of modern 20th century architecture in a beautiful lakeside setting. As the house was in what was East Berlin it was confiscated by the communist government and used as ...
... as Ireland fell woefully short, bringing Giovanni Trapattoni's tenure as Ireland coach to an anti-climactic end.
And so with the close of 2013 fast approaching, I found myself with some extra unallotted holidays. The simplest most obvious answer was to extend my German Christmas markets trip. Instead of jetting off for a long weekend, go for a week and see a few matches, visit friends around the country and head for several Christmas markets ...