Romantik Hotel Alte Forsterei
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What a lovely day. With Wencke as our chauffeur , we took a step back in time. We first travelled to the location where mum was born. We saw her birth place and the route she walked to school - rail, hail or minus 20degrees. Coffee and cake was had at the cafe which was the meeting place of mums parents. Next we travelled to the house she lived for many years with her parents. With a resident just returning home when we got there, mum had a chat and he invited us through ...
... which had been painted with pictures which were free standing.
We went to the museum called Check Point Charlie House. This was fascinating as it related the whole story of the division of the city, the four foreign forces which set up the treaty, the soviets that set up the barricade and eventually built the wall and the people whose lives were torn apart. It told of the endeavours both successful and failures to cross the ...
After the cruise, we went for coffee and a snack by the river Spree. Margaret and I had baked Camembert cheese with a berry dressing. It was very nice, the sparrows in the area were very game as they would try to fly up to the table or try and catch the crumbs as it left your hand, they would get unbelievably close to be the first to the food.
We wandered the shops on the East side of the Spree, many quaint and small shops. We ...
... Still dark, so the couple pictures I took are probably bad. Nothing opens for another few hours. I saw the natural history museum, holocaust memorial, gugenheim, and a bunch of other stuff I'm not sure of. It's a nice looking city and feels safe even at 5am. Saw an Aston Martin. Found a coffee shop that opens at 7:30 and waited. It's 6:30 and I've already walked 4mi or more. Sat for awhile and got a coffee and macaroon. I walked around as the sun was coming up ...
... school near the border of Poland. The day after it was announced that the wall was open and all could freely go to W. Berlin, Liebgard, her husband and son Daniel decided to go, because they could. They left a note for Cordula that they had gone to the West. Cordula had not heard that the wall was open and when she read the note, she thought it meant that they had escaped to the West and had left her behind. She was devastated. Thank ...