California am Kurfurstendamm
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... for their "cause" while we tried to walk away, telling them no every few seconds. They left me alone much quicker than Em, but gave up entirely after a moment or two and went on to the next tourist when we kept walking and made it to the plaques, where we stopped to read and continued to ignore them.
After that, we were able to view the remains of the wall and read the plaques notating each patch of blocked off gravel's significance with no disturbance but ...
We have spent 2 full days now in Berlin.... Our hostel is in East Berlin in Lichtenburg...not the safest place to be, but the hostel is 2 min from the train so we run and jump on the train and off we go for the day.... No it's not that bad.. we always come home before dark and there are kids riding their bikes and moms pushing strollers so thats a good sign.
On our first day we saw a stretch of the Berlin wall that was not knocked down. Very eerie because the wall only ...
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 ...
... provided a rich backdrop and we thoroughly enjoyed the views leading up to the Orangerie. The Chinese Tea House was exquisite. However by the time we reached the Sans Soucci Palace itself, it was raining. A lot. Pouring. So we sheltered rather dismally beneath a tree and admired the tremendously decorative terracing leading to the Palace. In the end, we had to brave the rain because we had to hop on the "hop on, hop off" bus, so we trudged up the many ...
... it must have been close. The bus made a number of stops. Pieter woke up at one stop. Raewyn said 'this is some sort of odd cartoon town'. Pieter said 'with a goat?'. And yes, it was with a goat. There was a goat related theme park in town an Pieter had a postcard of it at home. We named the town 'Rosie town' after our goat. [Andrzej has since contacted us and let us know that Rosie town is a town called Pacanow. A few decades ago, ...