Ibis Berlin Brandenburg Park
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Hi everyone, I hope all is well!!! Paul and I just arrived in Berlin! We have been in Hamburg for the past two days and our apartment did not have wifi!! Yikes! Isn't it amazing what we get used to? We went to one of the top attractions in Germany, and believe it or not, it is a miniature wonderland! It is huge and they have taken miniature to a whole new world! I will let the pictures speak for themselves! The airplanes actually take off and land!! We also took a ...
... point, what remains of the wall has become a living art installation and oddly, something the government now has to protect from vandalism and mischief. A huge tourist attraction, obviously, but also another chapter they add to their history that seems to try to pay homage to the human spirit but feels so much like an angry person trying to stay that way. In the midst of all this, angst and guilt being added to as I type by much of the ...
... to buy a new German rail pass, but we had to have our passports which we forgot to bring with us. We met up with Laura later that afternoon. Only down side - the water heater is very very small, so icy shower this morning. Laura had hers tonight and we have to pace it out in the morning allowing it time to heat up the next quantity! Hopefully the shower curtain will not come down again when I am taking an icy ...
... breakfast which was very nice. More Christmas markets at which I introduced Claudio to gluwhein! We continued to walk and walk and walk until we could walk no more! Found our way back to the hotel and our room was ready. The hotel is quite old, and the elevator which takes me to my room 310 on the 2nd floor is showing its age as well. There are many keys for the different doors, one for the lift, one for the outer door to my room and another for my room itself which ...
... in its states of war. This city has brought me to my knees. I've wept for those people that died in it's name and by it's hand, and have wept for those people in future wars who will die because we haven't learnt the valuable and painfully simple lessons from WWII - that we are all one people, and we must all raise our voices in protest for those that have had their own suppressed. We visited the Dahlem museums, including the museum for European Culture which had ...