Panorama Am Adenauerplatz Hotel
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Since you can't get from Greece to Portland directly, we decided to take advantage of our flight routing on the way back and spend a couple of nights in Berlin. And luckily we ended up being there for the Brazil/Germany World Cup match.
We didn't have too much time, but saw some of the Berlin Wall sites and then spent an afternoon at museum island. The Pergamom museum was a great way to finish up our Greece trip.
... 1920s with its risque cabaret and goodness knows what else. It was the battleground in Hitler's rise to power, then of course becoming the capital of Nazi Germany, exemplified by the construction of Hitler's mighty Chancellery. The Second World War finally came to an end when Soviet troops conquered the city. The post war European order was determined at nearby Potsdam. But Berlin's story was far from done, as it became the flash point of the Cold War: to quote Khrushchev, ...
Arrived at Frankfurt Airport at 6.00am after a flight of three hours sleep for me and Maddie slept most of the way. A total reversal from the last flight!.
Pleasantly surprised to fine the outside temp was a warm 6 degrees!
Found the train station without too much hassle and after a 90 min wait we boarded the train bound for Berlin.
We shared the compartment with a man from The States who comes to Germany every month for 10 days ...
... outdoors and we left thoroughly pruned.
Spent the next day wandering Potsdam, a pretty town on the outskirts of Berlin and buying up loads of wild mushrooms as they are in season and great….just got to remember to wash them, gritty sautéed mushrooms not so tasty….
We also got the amazing news whilst here that we got the ski season job in the Pyrenees this Dec-March so there are a few pictures of Ben’s celebration ...
... would have been pretty novel.
I don't even know what this building is. Well it'll happen time and time again. There are so many interesting buildings and you can't go over and check the signage on all of them. Notice the construction works. It doesn't matter which country which city, the city will never look finished.
A really cool statue. This bloke was apparently a well-known photographer before he ...