Q! Casa Hotel Berlin
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... the wall and many tall markers stretching on in both directions, showing where the city used to be divided. To our surprise, at only 3:45pm, the sun was setting over the church steeple next door, and there was little time left for an art museum that closed at 6pm. We redirected our walk further into the city instead, in search of currywurst for the authentic Berliner experience. We found it in a small corner cafe, and it turned out to be less delicious and more ketchup-y ...
We decided to stay in our apartment, just probably not spend much time here. It's raining today so were going to bring the umbrella and check out the Berlin Wall. Berlin Wall History After the war ender in 1945 Berlin was divided in four between the allies - Britain, France, USA and Russia. Britain, France and the USA were democratic countries while Russia was communist. The allies got along at the beginning but it turned competitive, with Russia wanting to conquer it. ...
... my bike!! Had a Mediterranean pizza, yummy! Bear ordered a ham pizza without onions, guess they aren't use to that because she said "that doesn't make sense!" After the Bike tour we walked again and went to checkpoint Charlie, a place where people were interrogated if they wanted to go to West Berlin. Then to Topography of Terror, a museum about the history of the Nazis. The hardest part of the museum for me was listening to a woman tell about her grandmother who ...
... Red was a bit broken and the vital bus stop had been badly notified. Single outcomes are usually generated by inter-dependent factors. Such is the nature of historical happenstance.
And one day, I will make it back to the Cecilienhof. All being well.
No beers had, but I think that I may have drunk a little too much of Sepp's excellent Geman red wine.
Linguistic note : Sans Souccii means without worry, which seems appropriate on our Day of Potsdam.
... they actually were. They had very nice stacks and drinks. The Air Berlin plane was a propeller plane. We got to it by bus. The seats were like the ones used on NZ planes, quite comfortable. We were quite surprised with the service, the fact that there was some. A drinks service and a packet of chips. When we disembarked from the plane we got a big heart shaped chocolate to take with us. In the airport there was no immigration control ...