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... Hitler's Bunker. This bunker was where Hitler spent his final days with his wife Eva Braun before they both committed suicide. It was crazy to be standing above such an historic spot, but yet not be able to see any sign of it other than one info board stating what it was. Lucie told us that the bunker is indestructible, so they just covered it up, sealed it off, and now pretend that it doesn't exist.
Our next stop was to look at the Trabant vehicle. ...
... of the busy shopping districts of West Berlin.
Our first stop was the famous KaDeWe department store which reminded us a little of a German Harrod’s (though not nearly as huge or impressive). My Mom was on a mission to find a very specific kitchen gadget she had seen used at the hotel the night before and one of the staff sent her here to see if they carried it. Unfortunately we looked through every different kind of lemon squeezing contraption they had with ...
... day....lots of sweets....most recently at the chocolate store famous here, Fassbender & Rausch....and unfortunately we decided to go up to their Chocolate Cafe....big mistake. I had an Eis Schokolade....basically a milk shake....my stomach is not happy! I'll need some bier later to calm it down! We are heading to Potsdamer Platz when we leave later and looking for someplace interesting to eat there. John is having a much-needed siesta in our air condoned room....so are ...
... places back home. It took ages for our food to come but it was good, I got fatoush salad. We talked about Europe and how much we disliked ruby Klimek. We walked back this nice route and got a beer at a kiosk on the way (one euro and you can drink on the street). When we got back to our apartment Nim was so worried because we'd been out for two hours. Right now we are sitting on the bench outside our window having darts. I love you, ...
... for hours, Andrew the Scot and I repaired to a café for an
early supper. It is always such a gift to connect with a fellow traveller to talk about the day and what we had seen.
And then, such excitement! I had to do laundry. One downside of travelling with carry-on only is that I always seem to be looking for a Laundromat. However, missionaccomplished, and I have clean clothes for tomorrow.