Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg
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... have lots of big parks all around the city. A big park will be better than anyone's backyard, cricket will improve because you don't need to penalise a six with out, you can play without breaking windows and everyone will socialise more. Oh, and weekends will be more peaceful as no one needs to mow their lawns anymore.
More proof that these are everywhere. Another Turkish neighbourhood of course.
... Berlin Cathedral was a very beautiful building. The kind I wanted to bring Donna to Europe for. We were seeing so much it was extremely difficult to soak it all in before the next stop, but we tried. The only time I got a little P Oed was when the party pooper's in the front of the bus didn't want to make a photo stop where the Nazi's assassinated some of those involved in the plot to kill Hitler. Really hating people at this point. Soon after we made a stop at ...
... a little tasting plate with olives, olive oil and freeze dried beetroot came out with bread. Very nice to start out with. The raw ravioli was amazing!! The ravioli was made with kohlrabi – sliced wafer thin filled with lentils and vegetables with a radish foam and powerfully beautiful in flavour micro cress. The porcini (steinpilz) soup was so flavourful and also had smoked tofu cubes. For main we had Filet of smoked ...
... can't I?! With or without reason, I will of course celebrate this wonderful day in the company of my friends, as tradition mandates. Unfortunately the family is far away, but I'll celebrate knowing that I was once close to them and will have many chances to celebrate many other days with them, anniversaries or otherwise. And in the end, who cares about the darn date? True, it's not everyday you turn 9862 days old, but it is indeed everyday you turn a day older than the day ...
... was laid out, we took the metro to Stadtmitte, to visit Checkpoint Charlie. The checkpoint was the most famous border crossing between East and West Germany and there is now a memorial and artwork to commemorate the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall. There were some interesting information boards explaining the history of the wall as well as some tragic stories of those who lost their life while trying to escape East Germany. To lighten the mood after ...