NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee
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Mon Jun 22
-off to Berlin today to return the rental car.
-As with all transition days, the hours melted quickly. We had a morning tour of Leipsig n had a magic moment in the church where Bach was the cantor for over 25 years n is now buried. A choir from the U.S. performed for about 20 mins when the church opened at 9 n it was magical.
-We got going for Berlin by 10:15 so almost on schedule. The autobahn was fast but GPS took us to the ...
... I did that and then arrived very early at my next class, which went really well: a smily teacher, eager to teach and interesting module. That does it, I'm hooked! Then I catch something to eat and remember a terrible thing. It's gone 2 o'clock have an appointment at some place that I can't even locate and a class at 16 in some other place I don't know. Okay, no panic; if I can't find the class today I can go next week since today is only introductory anyway, but ...
... an impressive, important building is virtually overlooked on the tour. After seeing more of the sights from yesterday, we needed a break from the freezing temperatures! Unfortunately, we couldn't find a Costa, so we settled for a Starbucks instead! Afterwards, we headed to one of the Christmas markets for a look around. This one happened to have a steep icy slope which you could go down on an inflatable ring. The temptation was too much and I soon found myself hurtling down ...
... on and made a quick stop at the Gendarmenmarkt which is often called the prettiest square in Berlin. This square houses two large cathedrals and the concert house built by the Keizer’s of Germany to continue to press Berlin as a cultural capital of Europe. It was beautiful and although I’m sure the time will come when we get sick of them, we continue to be so impressed by the architecture and detail of all of these cathedrals that ...
... stopped by the famous chocolate store that was around the corner from the Hilton. We picked up a few treats to take back home with us then visited the Starbucks to get a souvenir mug. For our last night we were staying a bit closer to the airport so we decided to go and check in before dinner. A traditional German Biergarten seemed the perfect destination for our final evening so we headed for the Prater ...