Ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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... 20kc equals €1. But we had to spend it now. Dan pushed the button for a coffee instead of chocolate so had to buy another one. The purchase of a couple of chocolate bars got rid of the rest of the money. We could have paid 50kc / €2.50 to go to the toilet. Very expensive. Back on our way for the 8hr train ride with ************e on the train. Countryside was lovely. I would love to get off and explore. It would be a delight to drive a ...
... like to think that we would help those in need, but realistically we cannot know because we have not experienced anything remotely similar.
Yet this is precisely why remembering the Holocaust is such an essential part of the human experience. When you study the Holocaust, and study events like the Wannsee Confernce, you can see how failure to act can have such detrimental effects on the world. We can see how being a bystander ...
... Red was a bit broken and the vital bus stop had been badly notified. Single outcomes are usually generated by inter-dependent factors. Such is the nature of historical happenstance.
And one day, I will make it back to the Cecilienhof. All being well.
No beers had, but I think that I may have drunk a little too much of Sepp's excellent Geman red wine.
Linguistic note : Sans Souccii means without worry, which seems appropriate on our Day of Potsdam.
... Christmas market ambience (wooden huts, hand-made toys, local foods etc.) but recently Germans have complained that their own Weihnachtsmarkten are no longer authentic. The one in Berlin’s Alexanderplatz is a case
in point. Here it is dominated by fairground rides rather than an actual market. And the accompanying music is not winter carols from choristers, but banging techno. A fun day out for the kids I’m sure, but a Christmas market? ...
... stall (cue the beef and pork sausage) and we bought a Riesling from the supermarket and headed home for an afternoon of good wine, good food and reflection on the day. By Saturday the snow had passed so we used the good weather as an opportunity to head out to Spandau (not the Ballet). Spandau was actually a lot colder than Mitte Berlin so it took us by surprise. The temp was about -1... Wind chill factor "f'n bloody cold!" We walked to ...