Romantik Hotel Alte Forsterei
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... began, so a lot of the sites were being renovated. Throughout the trip, a few more of the Lutheran landmarks were closed for the same reason, it turns out that a lot of Eastern Germany will be celebrating the anniversary in 2 years. Interestingly, the locals claim that the 95 Theses were never posted on a church door, and that this story was merely propaganda used to rile up protestors in the rest of Germany once the Lutheran Reformation started expanding.
... where, but we took some photos to recreate the moment. We also wondered around to find the local lake where we spent lots of time in the past and visited the train station that Opa, Tanja and I would walk to on a daily basis to be gifted some lollies. As Opa had only 1 leg at that stage and used crutches to get around, we would catch the red double decker bus back to the flat, which was 2 stops away. Then Wencke took a wrong turn.... Well she stopped at a supermarket as ...
... The heart break it caused is staggering to think about. You can see from what remains today how deeply this action impacted the city.
From here we went to an area in the east and had curry wurst for lunch. This is bratwurst with a curry sauce and chips - very delicious. The area was also known as an artist area, but now they have moved on, although many galleries still remain and it also has a lot of small specialist shops. ...
... everyone does here to describe what they're saying. It makes it so much easier to understand! This week on Thursday we went to the fortress of Spandau in west Berlin. It's the most well-preserved Renaissance fortress in Europe. It's amazing how old the architecture is here! On Friday we went to Potsdam..it's a really historical part of Berlin and has lots of palaces and cathedrals.
We also went to the Konzerthaus for a piano concert. ...
... directly on my way and I had no problem getting the amount that I wanted there. Then I made it back to the parking garage and so we’re back to problem number 1. I got my chip out of the car and went to the machine and pressed the “Hilfe” (Help) button. I explained my problem and an attendant came in no time at all. Apparently the chip is a “smart chip”--it knows the time that I came into the parking garage and I ...