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... walked through the monument and followed the street to some of the other monuments in the area. We eventually found our way to Checkpoint Charlie and the adjacent museum. For some reason, the checkpoint is still manned by men dressed as American WWII soldiers. It made the scene especially puzzling with the McDonalds joint right behind them. We returned to our hotel and reclaimed our bags before making our last stop on our way out of Berlin. On the south ...
... some oysters at one of the vendors for lunch.
We managed to get in touch with Jared's friend Jens. He is living in Berlin & he joined as for dinner at Lokal. This restaurant is very new and very popular, especially with the locals. It was totally casual and served hearty, rustic-style dishes. Afterwards we experienced some good German hospitality and had some schnapps at Jens flat. It was a great evening.
... but all so well organized to help out the large number of daily visitors.
You can’t get acquainted to Berlin in just three days, that’s for certain! You just get a small taste of a huge and most interesting city! Besides the endless monuments and impressive buildings there are also great malls to steal your attention and do all kinds of shopping. I wish I had more time to get to know Berlin better as I left it with a strong feeling that I need to come back ...
This morning we sailed into Warnemuende, Germany past a really cool lighthouse. Looks like another day of rain. We're on a private tour into Berlin today. I knew I would enjoy Berlin, because I wanted to see all the World War Two sites. However, it turned into probably the best tour we've ever taken. We were off the ship at 7:00 AM to find our bus. Once on the bus we find the children can't follow directions. About a half dozen people are on the wrong bus. The poor man in ...
... includes a legend of punishment, redemption, mystery and deceit. The story can be traced to the Convent of Jesus in the 16th century. A nun with a sweet tooth was being punished by her Mother Superior. She was to fast and reflect on her sin of gluttony. After starching the habits stiff with egg white, she thought to whip the leftover egg yolks with a great portion of sugar syrup. Fearful of being caught, she hid the batter in between two communion wafers. The next day, when the ...