Unter-den-Linden is the main east-west thoroughfare through the city of Berlin. The name comes from the rows of trees which line the 1.5 kilometers long and sixty metres wide boulevard which is planted with four rows of Linden trees; about one thousand in total. In the mid 1600s The Prussian Duke Frederick William, ordered the […]

The Places You Will Go.

Gadding about Germany As a young lass of sixteen hubby’s paternal grandmother, Violet King, went to Berlin to extend her musical abilities as a concert violinist. It was pre WW1 and she stayed with a German Count and his family and played in concert before the Kaiser. This was an amazing opportunity for a young […]