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Today was another travel day, we left our apartment at 8.30am, in 45mins we found ourselves at the airport, which was very busy with a level of disorganisation. But all went well, we travelled on an Airbelin flight, in a modern airbus A320. The flight was comfortable and quick only 2 hours, we arrived in Berlin just after 2pm, to a very over cast …
... the largest public viewing locations in the world. I heard that there were 500,000 people there, but that might be a tad high. But it was still very crowded, despite the weather. It wasn’t claustrophobic, however, because they had over a dozen huge screens spread out along a major boulevard (roughly a mile long). It was quite the spectacle. Then the game started. Wow. Unbelievable. What a thrilling span of less than 20 ...
... down below in the Information Centre. The stories of the murdered Jews of Europe were devastatingly and beautifully displayed, and it was the most sobering experience of my life to date. Needing another pick-me-up, always in the form of a snack, I stopped at a Bistro right beside my hostel, and chitchatted with the hilarious Italians while I scarfed down a HUMONGOUS pita-like thing. (I went back for round 2 the next night and one of the old guys told me he loved me, and the ...
... tickets. We waited in the foyer area for a while and then took our seats. The Opera was written in three parts and the first 2 were together making the first half 2 hours long. Many of the students and parents fell asleep during the first half and some of the staff as well. A combination of jet lag, exhausted ness and some just didn't like it. This was my first Opera and I was not sure how I would go. I have heard that with Opera you either love it or hate it and I can understand ...
... on the bed to sign off on my one month of travels.
Next day was officially a rest day spent at the hostel, sitting in Tiergarten (Botanical gardens of sorts – very calming and pretty with nicely cut grass) reading my book, writing and sleeping the day as the sun played hide and seek with clouds all day. That was literally Day 32. However, I did learn a very important lesson today, off the back of a chair! There was a quote - "One day your life will ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsApartments am Brandenburger Tor Berlin
Very spacious and comfortable apartment. Our apartment in level 7 has a good view, with two bedrooms its perfect for a family. There are lots of restaurants and cafes around. The Jewish memorial is just behind the apartment, and the Brandenburg Gate is one block away 5mins walk.
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