Hotel-Pension Berolina Charlottenburg
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... Oh what fun! Good help along the way and we eventually
found Michelle and Sven. It was a great
evening with them. When it was time to
leave Michelle came to the station with us to make sure about the train home, they
assured her there was a direct route home.
Wrong!! We changed trains three times!! Anyway we arrived home safely.
Friday again we started off
around 9.30 am our usual supermarket ...
... to the West for 28 years!!! It was Democracy vs Communism. Americans, French and Great Britain vs the Soviet Union.
Another thing I couldn't believe is that the wall was brought down only 24 years ago on October 3, 1990….only a year before I was born…and even more Isabell lived in East Berlin and was only 5 when the wall came down!!! It's so hard to believe it wasn't even that long ago!!
After taking many photos we headed to ...
... memorials up to remember. I wonder what it will be like 100 years from now if we will still continue to remember this.
At the hotel where we did our wrap up, we also had lunch. We ate at the Grenzfall Hotel. Delicious squash soup and pork loin for lunch. I was so hungry that it filled me right up. During lunch, it started to downpour, and we had a walking tour right after. I was not too excited. However, fortunatey right when ...
... then sprinkled with curry powder, but hey who am I to judge? It did hit the hunger spot, so I guess that's the main thing :) We next visited the Topography of Terror, an outdoor museum of text and pictures which provided a fantastic insight into the Nazi reign. It was pretty full on, with such horrible stories and so much to take in...we were basically depressed by the end of it, which I guess one should be...so we turned to coffee and cake to try to cheer ourselves up! ...
... were important industries. In 1846 the railway came and a silk factory was built, followed by a chemical factory in 1849. The Reichsbahn railway workshops were established in 1875 and the world-famous Singer Sewing Machine Company set up there in 1903. By ...