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... are a good example of the difference. French train system map has been drawn by Picasso s nephew who actually used the Metro, the Germans map has been drawn by a nobel prize astro physicist.
I will miss Germany, but not sure if I would want to come back. Berlin compared to Stuttgart is super clean, bins everywhere and people are not afraid to use them.
... afternoon at the Sinking Wall memorial - which is a fountain – there was a guy showering in it – and making a pretty thorough job of it too – well, it was very hot!
Our last stop was a very sobering one at the Jewish memorial – we spent some time there and even reading the horrific statistics and seeing the photos/memorials, I honestly don’t believe that we were able to take in the extent of this awful time in history. Millions ...
... and Brian had bratwurst. Everything was super good. Of course we had to have dessert, we ordered apfel strudel with vanilla sauce and vanilla ice cream. Yummy!! We stopped at the bar in the hotel before going up to our room for a glass of wine and that was the end of our two days in Berlin. There are many cities I've visited and will love to go back, but Berlin isn't on that list. It was interesting, but not a fun, happy ...
I didn't really want to leave, but the night was a bit chilly to have to walk the three kilometres home or hang around on a street corner waiting for the night bus home.
I wasn't actually sure that I'd make the last train. It was nearly one and a Sunday. But indeed there was one last train home so I'll finish off with my first subway station pic of this trip's ...
... number (4012?) trees, all counted and numbered, some visibly, in a very German orderly way, and green in another sense, having been at the forefront of recycling and eco-stuff in Europe. The tv tower in Alexanderplatz, built by the Soviets in the 60s, was supposed to represent their power and at 368 metres be visible from all over the city. They screwed up in a couple of ways, though! The surface of the dome, in sunshine, produces a cross, not ...