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Travel Blogs from Berlin
Berlin is a city of contrasts. It is half old and half new and fresh.
If you're a tourist and you’re eager to see an historical sight I recommend you should try the hop-on and hop-off bus for an overview of Berlin. Some of the sights you can see are the Brandenburg Gate, Check point Charlie, the Berlin wall, the new Reichtstag (Parliament) and the TV tower.
If you have a big belly like me you need to live in Berlin. You get huge serves ...
... were still in Berlin. The show was absolutely amazing...like Cirque de Soliel meets the, most glamorous fashion show ever. The budget for this production was over 50 Million Euros, and it shows! Crazy stage movements, stunning costumes, huge acrobatic acts and a live orchestra and singers. Just fantastic! After the show we went for sushi which was a lovely change from the meat and potato diet I have been on and now we are headed to bed in anticipation of ...
... become. The more cooperative we are, the more valuable we become. The more enthusiastic we are, the more productive we become. The more serving we are, the more prosperous we become.' ~ WIlliam Arthur Ward
A show in Berlin last night and one more tonight, then two days off in Prague with a bath filled with beer (or so I've been promised!)
Hopefully I don't wake in the morning a giant insect.
Tschuess & alles gute!
... former East Germany and is largely industrial or bland. We break at the East Side Gallery - at 1.3km, it is the longest remaining stretch of wall and is now covered with large artworks. When I reboard the bus, l find l am the only passenger, so have a personal commentary from the guide who was born and grew up in East Berlin until it's reunification. Life was tough - his family had one banana a month and one apple ...
I have been surprised at the honesty with which the Germans reported the history of what has happened here.
We saw many ornate and decorative buildings on our ride on the bus. We went for a stroll down Unter Den Linden and saw the Brandenberg Gate and then the Holocaust Memorial and the underground section as well. It was a very sad reminder that the Jewish people were real people and they had families and normal lives like us before ...