Hotel Gates Berlin City-East
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- Here lived Paula Davidsohn nee Katz. Yr. 1905. Deported to Theresienstadt in 1943. Murdered at Auschwitz."
So here in the same location [Hackesche Höfe/Haus Schwarzenberg/Stumbling Stones] you have 3 Germanys - pre-WWI Germany, the Germany ...
... more than once, on one morning for breakfast with berries included. Yum.
We cruised along on a relaxing boat ride along the river Spree. Visited the oldest and largest department store in Berlin - KaDeWe (similar to Harrods) where we enjoyed a walk around and checked out the most incredible food area, with every kind of produce you could imagine. OK, and we shared a piece of rhubarb crumble cake.
We went up the TV tower, built in the ...
... Pergamon museum - it was amazing how they had reconstructed ancient cities and bought then back to life. The most impressive exhibits were the Pergamon Alter and the Ishtar Gate from Babylon. When I exited the museum I got my first rain for Europe - but never fear because I discovered Primark hahah. When I finally made it back to my hostel I realised very quickly I was in an interesting place. The dynamic of my room included - * a 19yr old American soldier stationed in Germany with ...
... to go home. I am very tired and contemplating missing dinner and going to bed - we will see!! Well I did end up going out for dinner at the same restaurant that I ate at the day before yesterday. I can't believe it but I got lost again getting back to the apartment. Ended up walking until I found an underground station and caught the train back one stop to where I needed to get off. Crazy but what can I say - I really only had 2 glasses of Prosecco ...
... but I knew better, the fact they were all wearing Waikato colours, and waving Waikato flags, in honour of my place of birth, a dead giveaway! Towards the end of the party they all started hugging me, and chanting 'happy birthday to you'...at least that's what I think 'wir sind die meister' means in English?! Very friendly, those Germans! Anyway, a little weary after last nights celebrations, I am now on a train to Amsterdam, the final stop in my quick and dirty European ...