Hotel Alt - Tegel
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Now we came to a stumblestone. These are small brass plates put into the pavement showing where someone lived or worked, were dragged off to concentration camps and how they died during the holocaust. Artist Gunter Demnig has put around 27,000 of these around Europe to so how many lives were affected by the Nazis.
We then found ourselves at the Concert Hall. On each side of the Concert ...
... periods. However, I couldn’t find any paintings directly related to the Lutheran reformation. This may have either been because they didn’t have anything directly related to the Reformation, or simply because I couldn’t locate any of it. Either way, I was still able to observe what type of art and paintings were made in the time periods before, during, and after the reformation, and I was able to notice some ...
... Later, when the bass soloist sings “Why do the nations so furiously rage together” I’m thinking “Why do the Toto Tourists so curiously nod out together?” Well, it has been a long day. The stalwarts who hang in until the last “Amen” has faded (at about 11pm) board the train for the quick trip across town to their beds, which is the best place to enter the land of ...
As you can tell we have walked our feet off today, our first day in Berlin. We are staying a couple of blocks from Checkpoint Charlie on Friedrichstrasse, and pass it every time we go out, so that wasn't far. It was then on to the NZ Embassy further up the road to vote. A left on Leipziger took us to Potsdamer Platz, north of that is the Holocaust Memorial and the Brandenburg Gate, along Unter den Linden with its road works all along the middle ...
... to get his foot checked out. They take an xray and say that he will need to have surgery and a pin inserted into his little toe. This will need to be done on Monday Tuesday next week and he will have to spend two days in hospital. They then proceed to fit him out with a boot and crutches and because we have just flown from AUstralia he also has to have a daily blood thinning injection that he has to give himself. We then leave the hospital ...