Brandenburg GateSeptember 8 in Germany
Despite Bernadette doing a very good imitation of a coma we eventually did wake up and get about for the day.
First a quick look at what Berlin had to offer in regards to coffee with a little whole in the wall coffee and pastry shop next door.
Had its own residence wasps in the display cases. We figure everyone has just given up and let them be.
Trialled a capuchinno and a latte. Well maybe not the latte in the future. At least here you don’t get a bucket of milk to go with the coffee.
Two tradies out the front had the German equivalent of a bacon and egg roll. Two boiled wurst (sausage), an unbuttered roll and mustard. It was 9:15 after all.
Off to the Brandenburg Gate by U-Bahn (metro).
Every other tour bus in Europe had drop off their passengers there so the platz was packed as they say in Germany.
The good thing 15mins later they are all gone. It’s a bit like watching snow melt on a hot footpath.
It’s very impressive and like a lot of things impossible to photograph although Mark did try in vain.Read more