My street where I live! Can you pronounce it? 😛
Crumbling remnants of the Berlin Wall
This was a really cool playground. There’s lot of old school playgrounds all over Berlin.
A really old church near Schoenhaeuser Alle.
Der Ampelmaennchen! You know you are in former East Germany when you come across this. I was so excited to see it in person! 😀
And the other one. 🙂
Yay! I was so excited to see this sign. The brothers actually put it up very recently. It’s so nice and shiny on that dirty old wall. 😉
Living Stream in Berlin is located in the same place as the meetinghall.
The main meeting room in Berlin
Ice Skating with the sisters 🙂
More ice skating
We had such a good time. 🙂
On Lord’s day, the children came in to sing a song for us. They sang “Praise Him! Praise Him! Christ is victor!” only in German of course. It was really sweet because the morning watch that week had been on how we need to be simple like babes and sucklings as portrayed in Psalm 8.
On Sunday I went with two other sisters to listen to “Eine Nacht in St. Petersberg” (A night in St. Petersberg). It was really really cool! The symphony hall was huge and the music was excellent.
We asked a lady walking by to take a picture for us, but she didn’t know how to work my camera. 😛
Legoland. We didn’t go inside, but I wanted to at least take a picture of the giant lego giraffe. 🙂
The train station at Potsdamer Platz. Potsdamer Platz is very much a tourist spot. It’s only about 20 years old, but it’s pretty incredible, and there’s a ton of stuff to do there.