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... with a nice cup of tea, followed by afternoon tea! I did take a sample of the Quarkkeulchen up for Colin but he missed out on the afternoon tea.
We then joined a galley tour, one of the most interesting tours of the week. How six chefs prepare such outstanding food from a galley that small is beyond belief.
We only had half an hour to explore Magdeburg so just walked to the bridge and back before returning to ...
... garden shed and garden seats. And on her little table was a tablecloth with a map of Australia painted on it! As soon as I mentioned that paul, julien and i were australian and pointed to where we live, she was over the moon. She told us that her sister goes to Adelaide quite frequently and that she loves it.
We all had a swim together and then we began our journey home to Berlin..
It was such a great weekend, one of ...
An interesting city, quiet, but then again I didn't go out looking for trouble.
I really like this mural of Holly Golightly on the kitchen door. Apparently it's called a wall tattoo... don't be surprised if Audrey Hepburn turns up on one of my doors at home.
I just had to include a pic of my bed for the last few days. Rather unusual ...
... making me think that he represents a scribe.
A stand-alone chapel.
Again, this is the sort of thing that appeals to me as much as the gargantuan cathedrals.
There they all are together.
It's hard to appreciate how important the church must have been in the lives of people back when these were built. The city wasn't that big but there were many more churches than there are now.
... of beer tents - for drinking.
Monument to Russian soldiers. Perhaps this was already here in the east... And
I'm now of the opinion, if you're going to have a war memorial, make it a big one.
Reichstag... there's a bit of history to this building but I don't know
that much about it. Again, this just happened to be on the way to the
railway station. That's the nature of Berlin, history is everywhere.