Hotel Landhaus Alpinia
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... less than an hour’s time!’ Lady luck it appeared was on our side after all and we were both mighty relieved when we boarded the train just after 4pm, very happy to know we wouldn’t have to spend a night in drechit looking Hamburg after all!
We even spotted the offenders responsible for the pesky strike demonstrating outside the station…! I was rather tempted to give them a piece of my mind for all the hassle ...
... I can hardly imagine there is still space for coffee in the cup. It is in one of these places that I’m currently writing this piece. If you want to find me, it’s easy: just look for the Asus laptop in the otherwise uninterrupted row of Macbooks.
My current coffee place, “Milch und Zücker”, is in Kreuzberg, a neighborhood once known for its large immigrant population and its low housing quality. Nowadays ...
... wall, East Berlin was very different than it is today. In 1975 it was like walking back in time. The buildings were old and in disrepair. The cars and technology were antiquated. Long lines of people stood outside grocery stores. We stood out in our bell-bottoms, long hair and cut offs alongside the stern atmosphere of a communist country.
Now Berlin is a modern and bustling metropolis. No-man's-land has filled ...
... match and subsequently the series. After the match we take the opportunity to walk around some of Berlin, enjoying the sights before returning to Shane and Lisa's place to watch the Australia vs Netherlands football match in the World Cup. A close game but our team lucks out again. We enjoy a platter of Lebanese food before heading back to our ...
... but, that I have ever
And then it was time to go to the Reischtag. Along the way, I passed Museum Island, and
tried to get tickets to the Pergamon Museum, thinking my late afternoon museum
strategy might work (the tour groups all converge on museums in the morning;
often by 3-4pm, the lineups are gone and it’s a more peaceful visit). However, the Pergamon is closing soon for 5 years of extensive ...