TopDomizil Apartments Checkpoint Plaza
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Camilla and the baby Ava have settled into some form of routine. Feed, change, sleep, clean and so on. Ava sleeps most of the time.
Doris & myself have been busy with helping Camilla and baby (Doris more than me) and also been busy with meeting and such like.
Lost bike souls of Berlin:
In our walks around the area we have observed what seems like numerous bikes that have been abandoned and not used for ...
... br style="color: rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">One of the highlights of our evening was taking pics at the Checkpoint Charlie with the soldiers (oh yea....we paid 2 euros each for 4 pictures) :P :P. This was super fun
... what had just transpired, we felt so stupid!
We headed out for a coffee to try to shake off what had just happened but our mood had definitely dropped. We joined in with the walking tour and learnt a lot about Germany's history from our English guide, Amy.
Back at the hostel saw us having drinks and chats with the many people staying there in the bar area that was dimly lit with orange lights. The music was pumping and people were taking turns ...
... and uneasy because of the unlevelled ground and the maze in which we were walking. The content in the museum is thorough as it begins with what Jewish life was like all the way from the 1200s up to post WWII. It no longer shocks me to know how many times throughout history Jewish people were used as scapegoats or were persecuted, but it's still not easy to read about. What did surprise us is how integrated into the community Berlin Jews were right before and even after ...
March 30 th to April 17 th, 2014 Portugal. The pace of life is different here. There is an old world sensibility. Men cluster at tables along the sea in the afternoon and play spirited games of cards. Women hang laundry from windows and call out to passing neighbours. This country seems worlds away from the frenetic hustle and machine polish found in other parts of Europe and North America. Portugal feels left behind, slightly disheveled and somewhat forgotten out here on the outer ...