Hotel Die Schule
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pork sausage served either whole or cut up (like ours) with curry ketchup. It tasted like a hotdog to me ... I'm sure there are better things to eat in the city!
We rounded the corner to Checkpoint Charlie (C coming from the NATO phonetic alphabet) ... one of the border crossings but this was the only crossing to be used by Allied forces. There is an art installation showing a young "US" soldier looking back towards East Berlin and a young "Russian" ...
... Now she has such a hunger for bringing the light of Christ to her town and family! Paul tells us to "remember that you were at one time separated from Christ...having no hope and without God in the world" (Eph. 2:12). Thanks for all of your prayers. God is answering them on my behalf. Please pray for fruit from the Word preached, in my life and in the lives of those who hear it. My next message will be tomorrow morning at 10:00 AM. God ...
... and catch the fastest train to Berlin. It was a comfortable ride clocked in at just under five hours. Luckily we didn't have to change trains at all which allowed us to just sit there and watch the countryside go by and read our books.
Our hotel in Berlin was another tram ride and subway ride from the main train station. We've become travel champs so figuring out the new transportation system was a breeze. Well, maybe not a breeze, but we didn't freak out so that's a ...
... scare me, seeing as he was from Transylvania. It didn't work.
Saturday November 8 pm
We hit 3 more museums today and we're just about museum'd out. But they were good.
Berggruen Museum - a large selection of Picassos from all periods of his life. I definitely like his early stuff better.
Brohan Museum - a great selection of Art Nouveau furniture, posters, and place settings. Sounds boring, but it was very good.
... that Simon is our child, didn't matter. So plan C, take in a movie... Then the rains stopped and so back to Plan A. We really only walked a small section of the garden before it was time to go home. It was however, very relaxing and very refreshing. We stumbled across a small rectangular pond, complete with water lilies, saw a squirrel running through the undergrowth and saw a fun sort of bicycle for a small group. It was a fitting end to a beautiful ...