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... a ****** job and c) you look like Morticia Adams. I only had a 2 euro coin, so I throw that in the dish and say danke. and wonder if I should have stayed longer to get my money's worth!
We drive into Berlin and its strange to see such a relatively modern cityscape - ie: lots of rectangle cement buildings, lots of graffiti and a couple of malls.
Next funny incident of the day is when we are stopped at the traffic lights waiting to ...
... west of Berlin. Our hotel was on the eastern side. Many East Berliners tried to escape to the West by jumping on to passing trains from this building before is was closed to renters buy the Stasi police. We had noticed Kartofel Keller, a potato cellar which specialised in, you guessed it, potato dishes, Zev convinced me that we should have our next evening meal there. After all day on our feet we tucked into hearty jacket potato with herb butter and veg. and potato, mushroom ...
... restaurant in the city. This unassuming establishment, opened in 1956, is located in a downtrodden neighbourhood. Even though we arrive early, the place is already packed. As we sit down, the bustling waiter covers the table with white paper and drops a heaping plate of buttery warm bread and glasses of frothy beer in front of us. We order giant tiger prawns, clams and shrimp. It is absolute perfection in its simplicity. The entertainment is provided by the proud owner who strides ...
... Tove'st, kelle mõrvas kuri kuninganna. Seega ainet grandioosseks muusikaks. Kirglik armastus viib metsikusse surma, surnud sööstavad öösel hauast meeletule ratsaretkele, mis vaibub päikesetõusul.
Waldemar peale Tove surma:
Mit Toves Stimme flüstert der Wald
mit Toves Augen schaut der See
mit Toves Lächeln leuchten die Sterne
... subject of degenerate art. Apparently Hitler tried to turn the people against modern art and organised an exhibition of it during the '30's expecting to turn people off it but over two million people went to it and he had to take more direct measures to stop it such as confiscating art works.
Another pic of the guide though I seem to have artfully focused on the 'armless statue in front. The guide was certainly ...