Vacation is the theme for Scott Thomas’ latest assignment.
It is difficult to illustrate the relaxing effect of vacations. For me personally, I’m happy with walking around and watching new places. In mid October we were in Berlin. Here is a small fraction of the snapshots from that vacation. Let the images and their captions speak for themselves.
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Our autumn colored apartment in Kreuzberg
Checkpoint Charlie is still ‘alive’
Berlin is LARGE. Take the ‘U’-bahn to save your feet.
If you go to Hauptbahnhof (Main Station), take care not to get lost
The Holocaust Memorial. Visit it when you have something nice to do afterwards, so it doesn’t make you sad all day
You can take a bus and watch the city from the top
Brandenburger Tor is a ‘must see’
Potzdamer Platz in sunlight. Nice place!
Time for a cup of coffee
Berlin is home for lots of bears
The wall was almost completely removed. There is a monument in Bernauer Strasse where you can see the depressing remainings
The rest of the wall has gone or stands with graffiti arts
The government was moved from Bonn to Berlin in 1999. There are lots of architecture to watch. These are just beautiful trees
Berlin is a very nice city for tourists. Only 4½ hours by ferry and car from Denmark and cheap compared to Danish prices.