Gaestehaus Berlin Mitte
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We got into Berlin around 6 and we had a driving tour on arrival we seen all the sights very quickly they were Berlin Wall, Fernsehturm which is a tv tower, the memorial of the murdering of the jews, Brandenburg Gate and checkpoint Charlie. We then went to the hotel and got out room we got a nice room on the 7th floor with a balcony over looking the city it was very nice! We then got dressed for tea at a beer hall in the heart of Berlin we started ...
... and walk up and down a stretch of the Kurfurstenstrasse which took me past the bombed out remains of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church.
Back at the hotel I thought it would be nice to take advantage of the hotel's facilities and relax and soak in the hot tub, have a steam bath and finish with the dry sauna. Instead I made it as far as putting on the thick fluffy house coat and passing out on the bed.
... excellent street performers as well. After walking a fair bit we made our way to the base of the London Eye where we had agreed to meet back up with my parents. Our plan was that if the line wasn’t too bad we would check out the incredible ferris wheel but if we had to wait more than a few minutes we would skip it. Well that was certainly na´ve of us! The line was over two and a half hours long when we arrived so we of course decided we could see London in other ...
... so I reserved judgement until I found out he was "studying" dreams. In fact he was studying the nature of the group discussions of the nature of dreams. If you read that last sentence and your hippy alarms didn't start dinging then you need to recalibrate. But despite his complete and utter grip on reality he did know a significant amount about the sites he showed us.
These included a few churches, a couple of museums, a big office block, ...
... excitement, and alcohol. Jason, Chris, and I were happy with our pretzels, beer, and the chance to watch the finals while still in Germany. On Wednesday, we took a bike tour to see the many sites of the Third Reich and some Jewish history of the city. We were taken to the site where a monument now stands depicting the only small rebellion that took place in this city during the War when Berlin Christian women protested for their Jewish husbands to be released from concentration ...