Dorint Adlershof Berlin
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... as just about every German has a familial link back to the Nazi party and it is no longer something to be entirely ashamed of and bury in family history, rather to learn about, learn from, and accept as reality. I talked to her briefly while walking from one place to the next about how in Australia we have ANZAC Day (which she was surprisingly quite familiar with) and how having someone in the armed forces during either war in your family history is something to be very ...
... the artwork, alongside Mike's stories, portraying Socialist Realism in comparison with Real Socialism had the entire group appreciating what the East Berliners had been through.
One thing I couldn't help to notice was that we glorify these political refugees who escaped East Berlin, yet todays refuges are seen it the opposite light.
That night we went to an excellent restaurant called Emma’s. Great food and friendly staff made the night out a ...
We met Kevin at the train station at 16:30 (4:30) and headed to Berlin for the weekend. Ali was so excited when the compartment we sat in held another American. She had been waiting to say Happy 4th of July all day long. Instead of American flag shirts on this day we were surrounded by German Soccer jersey's. They would soon be playing France in the ...
... guidebook, and scooted over to the nearest recommended restaurant which was George Brauhaus. The waiter couldn't speak a word of english, and the menu was all in German except for the seasonal specials page, so I went with what I could read and ordered the white asparagus with hollandaise sauce and smoked ham, and of course, a beer. (It is asparagus season in Europe right now!). It was a strange and tasty meal.
After lunch, I made my way down Unter den Linden ...
... on tap. We have sampled the Alentejano wines from the south, the ports from the Duoro Valley, the vinho verdes (sparkling wines) from Minho, the mateus, and the muscatels. Each of them has its own charm and place on the table. The perfect end to a Portuguese meal is a sip of Ginjinha, a sweet liquor made from cherry-like Ginja berries fermented in brandy. The Portuguese are justified in their passion for what's on the ...