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... small spaces were built to intimidate, with the guards sitting and standing over the visitor (or the East German fleeing West), and with a mirror overhead to reveal any smuggled or suspicious items. After I checked into my hotel, I made travel arrangements for the next couple days, talked to Jamie of course, and then walked around the neighborhood near my hotel. Spätzle for dinner-- ...
... the same! I got to first go to Daniel's hometown and stay the night there, in his beautiful and modern, stylish home. When we woke up, his parents had set the table for a "typical German breakfast," which they usually only do on weekends, but since I was there they woke up early to do before school. Such nice people!! We then went to Daniel's school and I got to go to two of his classes! His first class was German (as we would have an English ...
... On its return in 1814, it was declared a symbol of victory, & the goddess received the staff bearing the Prussian eagle & the iron cross adorned with a laurel wreath. The Brandenburg Gate has borne witness to many of Berlin’s important events, from military parades to celebrations marking the birth of the Third Reich & Hitler’s ascent ...
... and I, along with a few others sat down at the Cafe in front of the Hostel with a few beers. As it was Friday night we thought we'd try go out and see what this infamous Berlin nightlife is all about. Trouble is they don't kick things off until around 2am! It was too late for us so went for a wander to find a pool hall or something similar. It was a bit of fail in the end but hey we tried!
Our last full day in Berlin was a very cruisy one and a good way ...
... in and greeted everyone "Good morning." The service was about an hour. I found it easy to follow despite it all being in German. They had the number of songs in the front of the church so I just followed them in the song book. The preacher was a women and the congregation was mainly female as well. They played the organ and sang hyms. I understood they read a psalms and The Lord Prayer. It's funny because the tone used is about the same. The monotone is the same. It's ...
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