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... with your thoughts. I will be posting pictures soon so you can really get a better sense of what I got to see. It is really hard to put it all in words.
After Schonbrunn we returned to the heart of the city. Near the Danube Canal is a huge Farris Wheel. The wheel is not right next to the river like the Ferris wheel in London, but it is pretty close. While it is a Ferris Wheel, the seating area where you take your ride is in the huge box like structures. Each ...
... Allied Checkpoint is disappointing and touristy but the Holocaust memorial and the Berlin Wall section on Bernaur Str punches with the reality of what it must have been like.
Having been on border patrol and looked across at the opposite soldiers manning the border and towers, it feels bizarre to have free movement to a place which was once restricted and forbidden for many.
... prior to another train ride. We were a little early and wandered ip to the platform for something to eat, when we come across the VIP lounge. our passes give us entry to the lounge. you beauts! a free beer, free wifi, quick recharge and were off. After a 5 hourish train ride on the regional, we had to then take the S-Bahn ( suburban train) then the metro (underground). The last two only took like 20 minutes. Trains run every 4 minutes. ...
... on a Saturday afternoon. The city has wide streets with no traffic and the shoppers are shoulder to shoulder down every street, there must have been thousands. No sign of retail problems here. Surprisingly we did not see many vineyards when either entering or leaving Bordeaux.
Next morning we headed by train back to Charles De Gaulle airport for our trip to Berlin. While we were flying Air France the experience was similar to Easy Jet. Absolute ...
... would have been more except for the autobahn where there is no speed limit. The ride there was through lots of rural farms, more than I had expected. Once in Berlin the amount of graffiti on appalling. Lots of apartment building and very few private residences, all of them built after the war as not much of Berlin was left standing from the bombing. The area that had been occupied by the Russians was obvious from ...
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