Hotel Am Luisenplatz
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Garyn wasn't feeling 100% earlier in the week, so Monday and Tuesday we took it easy and didn't do a whole lot. Monday, it was our wedding anniversary and at night we met up with our friends Chris and Marc and we spent the night with them at a traditional "Bavarian" restaurant (not so common in Berlin, but a taste of what we'll experience in Bavaria) and then for dessert, we went a spectacular gelato place. As per usual, it was great to spend time ...
... a beer and reflected on our time in Berlin. What we had learnt and what it must have meant to the people of Germany. I don't know a lot about my German side but I am very proud to be half German. Everyone has a background and as much as this trip is a holiday for us, I also hope that it will help me get in touch with my German heritage as best I can and learn more about the country that gave me my Dad :-) It has been fun Berlin and until next time we say ...
... näen silti Kastanienallee, ja kui paremal on Linke jalgrattaäri, olen õiges kohas. Joachim tookord kõneles, et see pood asuvat eelmise sajandi algusest peale selles kohas, oli sotsialistlikul Saksamaal üks väheseid, kes oma varandusest kinni suutis hoida. Mis hinnaga? Pood on kinni. Edasi tuleb Prateri aed - siin tegid Ina ja Michael meile ühel ...
... attempting to read as much as possible though. Weather is heaps cooler thank goodness. - much more pleasant to get around in.
We have had a couple of sobering days. Yesterday checked out the Berlin Wall and checkpoint Charlie. What a total waste of human life war is. Today we went to sachenhausen a political prisoner of war camp about 40mins outside of berlin. Very hard to believe the people can treat other ...
... he has been twice and loves it. By the way it was great service and atmosphere - very trendy modern place but the food not quite as good as we have had back home. For outside seating in Berlin many upmarket places have individual blankets on the seats and you drape yourself with that to enjoy the street ambience and smoke. Shouldn't think you would need them in summer but at 7 degrees tonight you did. On a final note, I still have dinner in my stomach so that is a good sign.