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... where my phone decided to die!! Such an inconvenience! I was pretty exhausted so fell asleep almost immediately when I got back to the hotel.
My first full day in Berlin was absolutely jam-packed with two walking tours. The first was a general tour of Berlin. I saw so many things, the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe to name a few. It's crazy how much history there is in the city, literally everywhere ...
It's been 32 years since I came through Berlin on the Trans-Siberian. I recall the walls, barbed wire, blinding floodlights and lots of unitorms! It's so different now. You can barely tell the difference between the old East and West Berlin. On our first day there, we caught a bus to Schloss Charlottenburg - Queen Charlotte's palace. Being Monday, it was closed, but we could walk around the surrounding gardens, which ...
Feeling great this morning after a huge sleep. Bus time today is apparently nice and short which is awesome. We stopped in Dresden for our lunch break, once again a really beautiful little town, and you would never know that it was reduced to rubble after the British bombed it during the last world war killing thousands of innocent civilians. They have rebuilt their massive churches and buildings to exact replicas using ...
... the large, skilled workforce remains for the newer industries of precision engineering and applied chemistry.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki /Wittenberge)
The today purpose is to relax in the nature and see another Brandenburg city. And the weather seem to cooperate with us. ...
... and selected one of my favourite, the toccata and fugue in D minor. It was wonderful! We had lunch in the museum cafe of sausage soup and local beer. We then went to the art gallery to see the Josef Albers designed windows in the lobby. Albers was a major Bauhaus designer, particularly of glass windows. The museum lobby windows were lovely letting in warm light even on a grey, cold day.
We walked back to the station and caught ...