Hotel Am Savignyplatz
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... a burger. Not the kangaroo burger, but I thought about it.
We went to Alexanderplatz which had a store and I got some sunglasses for my friend and Mom got some stuff too. Then we took a taxi home and now we're writing this.
If you're thinking that us eating Indian food in Paris, Mexican food in Berlin and then Australian food in Berlin is backwards... well you're probably right. But that's us, so there. <sticking out ...
... his bath. No stitches just steri-strips and glued (photo) Yes Naamah dad finally ditched his thongs. He was laughed at by Londoners on the plane! I don't think any of them own thongs!! He had to wait with our taxi while I went to get cash in euro as the taxi driver didn't take credit card. When I came back he was putting his snow boots on!! Don't think we will see those thongs again this trip!! (Oh, yes we will. There is always Palermo!!) No Gaby, that ...
... our Luther's Heritage Tour has arrived, but I hope those that were able to join me on this pilgrimage and you at home know how important it is to continue this Lutheran legacy.
Thank you for joining me on this trip of a lifetime and I hope you all enjoyed it and learned as much as I did. It was a pleasure meeting and talking with you all. Safe travels to everyone and hope to see you on our next pilgrimage!
... just down the street. We had seen the outside during our walking tour but decided to head over and get a look inside. The Cathedral was built in the 1800's by King Frederick II who was quite progressive considering that this was after the Reformation. Inside, the church was quite bare and oddly circular. It was devoid of ornamentation and the typical statuary of Catholic churches. What proved to be the real treat, however, was the concert that ...
... years of a divided Germany and a divided Berlin.
More immigrants. This time Croatian; playing some weird form of boule with what looked like cannon balls.
Teatime - Croatian. I've now officially given up on making a big attempt to overwhelmingly eat German while in Germany.
Tomorrow I suppose I'll get to meet some ...