Ibis Berlin Spandau
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... the back roads of the Czech Republic. Quaint little cottages and meandering roads. It was was a lovely to sit and watch the landscape flow by. Played cards and ate M&Ms. It was a long trip but great fun. The river through the Czech Republic and Germany that the train ran beside was beautiful and a delight to look at. Arrived in Germany and was 6 hours into this part of the journey when the new German conductor asked for our ticket. On the ticket there ...
... sort of an abstract way) be just as damaging as being a perpetrator. In a way, we now recognize when it is necessary to stand up against a force that may place us in danger, but is essential for a greater good. If we ever find ourselves in a situation like the one that the German population faced between 1933 and 1945, we are better equipped with knowledge of the consequences when we fail to act.
This assertion of ...
Sandy wanted to go to a couple of museums in Berlin. I wanted to re-visit and actually get off the bus at both Checkpoint Charlie and the Brandenburg Gate; things we drove by on the bus yesterday, but didn't get off to see up close.
We slept in and didn't get up until 8:30. The museums don't open and buses don't run until 10:00, so we were fine. We took a cab that dropped me off at the Brandenburg Gate. He was going to take Sandy on to ...
... which is currently undergoing some major renovations as it has done for the last 3 centuries. None the less, it was awesome and the exhibitions of armour, helmets, canons and history through the ages would have made any Matt Kennedy drool, and both of us wishing we could read the German plaques. Next it was on to the famous Spandau Xmas markets (not the ballet... Ha ha!). Being a Saturday it was full of people and we don't know what the ...
... 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 ...