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... to put them on their dedicated spot. It was early morning and still quiet which allowed Mattijs and I to take in the beautifully gothic architecture of the Berliner Dom and surrounding art galleries whose columns and stunningly intricate statues stood grandly and were reminiscent of Ancient Rome.
As the weather appeared to be on our side, we decided to give inside museum meandering a miss and headed instead down Under den Linden, one of the main thoroughfares of Berlin ...
... until the wall was built.
Checkpoint Charlie is not named after anyone, but is the third entrance into
East Germany, following Alpha and Bravo.
We then saw a bit of the wall, which ironically now has a fence around it to
protect it from graffiti and further destruction. We then went to the Jewish
memorial, which is a bit like a maze that changes levels and you could definitely get lost in. We saw Hitler’s
... 7am the next morning. And the adventure still continued since a bunch of us were homeless because our rooms weren’t ready yet. Luckily my friends (Angela, Giuditta, Karen and Aisling) let me hang out in their room. We all just rested a bit and then we later got ready after 2 hours to go explore the city.
So go read Saturday’s entry to find out about my first adventure in Berlin!! ...
... through glass in the pavement - room of empty bookcases. Walked around the Catholic Cathedral of St Hedwig, modelled on the Pantheon in Rome. Oddly arranged with the altar on a lower floor than the seats , but soon to be remodelled. Walked across Museuminsel (museum island) and admired the beautiful buildings of several, but no energy for museums today (maybe we are "museumed out"?) Many years ago, (1951) the GDR knocked down the royal palace nearby, (Berliner Stadtschloss) ...
... Tanja. Ok. Driving to our hotel, Wencke is so excited to see us she misses the fact her petrol light is flashing furiously. Splutter Splutter. Fancy a walk anyone? Luckily I had just remarked to Tanja about a petrol station we had passed. So with 5 litres in our jerrycan and a $3 cold beer from the servo, we can start the car and get to our Hotel. After beef straganouff for dinner, all we could think of was our ...