Victor's Residenz Hotel Berlin
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... the Jordan's and I wandered to find dinner and ended up at a Spanish tapas place. We ordered some Spanish red wine and four small plates: fried sheep cheese with cranberry sauce, bacon wrapped plums, and two meat dishes. It was exactly what we needed to enjoy clean clothes. When we got back to the room, we found out that the plans that Sophie had been trying to make for us had fallen through, and since it was Saturday night and the boys were anxious to experience the ...
... learned that when the French came to Berlin they did not like the taste of the Berlin beer, so they created their own version by adding a shot of liquor to sweeten it up and called it a Berliner Kindl Weisse. So of course we had to try one. Oh and the French in Berlin only drink the beer through a straw so that is how the drink it served to this day. To sum it all up I will leave you with a quote that really rings true. "Paris has always been Paris, but Berlin is becoming ...
... we did realize, outside of diplomats and government officials, we were going where few went and then only on business, and certainly no tourists simply looking to see what was on the other side.
This day it wasn't a circus or a zoo; it was a carnival with all the bright lights, flashing signs, bells and whistles; the only thing missing was the cotton candy stand. The full tourist hustle was on.
The checkpoint hut is authentic if not original, ...
... well worth the money we spent, just unfortunate about the weather at the beginning. After the boat ride we went and saw the big parliament building, we were going to go up the top of the building and we were willing to pay whatever, but then we got told by the ticket box we only had the option of booking 1 week in advance! Which was a let down, but at least we now know for next time. We then continued walking through to the Brandenburger Tor, which is the only part of Berlin ...
Day one with the polyglots.
I only knew one person here when I turned up so I didn't know how I'd fit in.
I should point out that this is not some technical linguistic conference. At such a conference it would be mainly talk of phonetics and generative grammar - well, not that I've actually been to one. But it probably wouldn't be a bunch of people comparing strategies for memorising vocab, ...