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... selling a myriad of skinny jeans, hats and cute little dresses. Considering my savings had to last me another six counties, I had to exercise severe restraint in not buying every dress I saw, particularly in Alexa, a disturbingly large shopping mall with every shop imaginable. We were there to find Mattijs a much needed coat, not for me to satisfy my shopping cravings! Once we’d got what we needed the pair of us got out of the melee as quickly as ...
... was enough to move up to the Intermediate class by the end of the first day. It has been tough at times, but my German is definitely improving.
So what have I been up to? A lot.
I have visited a few art museums including the Dali Exhibition and the Hamburger Bahnhof. Bahnhof is the German word for train station and the building itself is a former East Berlin train station. Now it is a contemporary art museum. It featured some pop art pieces by Warhol ...
... scare me, seeing as he was from Transylvania. It didn't work.
Saturday November 8 pm
We hit 3 more museums today and we're just about museum'd out. But they were good.
Berggruen Museum - a large selection of Picassos from all periods of his life. I definitely like his early stuff better.
Brohan Museum - a great selection of Art Nouveau furniture, posters, and place settings. Sounds boring, but it was very good.
... day....lots of sweets....most recently at the chocolate store famous here, Fassbender & Rausch....and unfortunately we decided to go up to their Chocolate Cafe....big mistake. I had an Eis Schokolade....basically a milk shake....my stomach is not happy! I'll need some bier later to calm it down! We are heading to Potsdamer Platz when we leave later and looking for someplace interesting to eat there. John is having a much-needed siesta in our air condoned room....so are ...
... WWII. The Berlin wall went right past it !!
Berliner Dom - this is the Berlin Cathedral for the Evangelical Church of Germany. This is part of a union of protestant churches, which seems to include Lutheran. There are distinctive effigies of Martin Luther on the front of the cathedral. Despite its appearance, it was only built in 1905 (the earlier building having been demolished), and forms a distinctive part of the cityscape. You'd be forgiven for thinking it ...