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We reached a chairlift and jumped aboard to get a lift the remaining distance to the track. We spent an hour watching the dry runs of some lugers and young kids in a sled.
On our return down the mountain we noticed our cable car conveniently passed over a golf course. What better target practice than ...
... sidewalks of the city outside the home of the victim before they were forced to leave. The idea is that every now and then you stubble on one of these stones, and are reminded not only of the Holocaust, but that each victim was an individual, and each individual deserves to be remembered. Stolpersten can be found in cities all throughout Europe, but some cities, like Munich, refuse to participate in the project, as they feel that trampling ...
... and staff and he appreciated my input.
Sandy got back from her museums (she loved both of them!). And we relaxed for a while before heading across the street from the Intercontinental to an Italian restaurant for some awesome mushroom stuffed ravioli! Excellent.
We had reservations for a visit to the Reichstag (the German Parliament) at 5:15 pm. We got there early, but it appears something happened to our reservation and ...
... new takes on the traditional mulled wine and even louder techno. Maybe not for me. Still in Kreuzberg I ended up having dinner at Kreuzburger, handmade gourmet burgers recommended by many a travel guide. I went for a juicy Barvarianburger overflowing with sauerkraut accompanied with a huge salad. A bit of veg was vital as I had been eating bratwursts and beers all day at the various Weihnachtsmarkten I visited. Then again I had walked everywhere so I ...
... I’m not a
churchy type of person and usually don’t visit them when I travel. But this church has a tower I had to climb,
just to say I did. So using my
Copenhagen card to gain free admissions I climbed about a million steps which
reminded me of that damned apartment in Paris just to get to the part where I
could climb the stairs on the outside of the tower. I made it to the top, but my legs were weak