Hotel-Pension am Schloss Bellevue
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... 2000, I have been to Berlin six times, and after making a slight detour to catch up with Geraldine & Ray, you can make that 7 times! Have I mentioned that I love Berlin, which is probably a good thing!
Geraldine and I first met in 1973 when I was a student at Marist Sisters College, Woolwich. I was in 5th Form (now called Year 11) and Gee was in 3rd Form. And I have suddenly realised that Gee is also the only ...
... over to the murdered Jews of Europe memorial, we then had a break near that memorial, so that after the break we could explore this memorial. I walked through it again, this time with more understanding.
From this memorial we walked past the location of Hitler's bunker and then various locations for Nazi government buildings, onto checkpoint charlie where the tour ended. It was a good place to end, there were a few curry wurst stands around, so i got one, then after ...
... by all the big hotels and booking websites.
I've been here for over a week but I haven't even thought about getting my visa for China yet. And seeing as I've already got a ticket with a five night stop over in a shanghai it's not as if it's optional. I suppose today will be the day. I should be right as long as it's easier than it is from Hobart and it should be seeing I can go in in person.
More flags. ...
... day in Prague, it really is a beautiful city with a ton of history and apparently a really good pub crawl that I didn't have time for :P but oh well, you can't do it all!
And finally we have Berlin! and boy is there a lot to tell, here I stayed with my second couch surfer Andy, and he was truly awesome! Picked me up from the station,showed me around, got to his place to rest up and eat something, we talked about Europeans (he's Aussie), about ...
... tower to shoot you - and you would be shot fair in the head,no questions asked, no matter man, woman or child. We then went to see one of the few surviving watch towers and we also climbed up it. This was quite interesting as the tower was always occupied by two guards and it is quite large - maybe room enough for ten people. Afterwards we walked through Berlin's city park which is called The Tiergarten. It is quite lovely with a lot of people utilising it. At one end of ...