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... had he would have been at a standstill. No urgency at all. Finally boarded our flight to Berlin and had a quick 1hr 50 journey. Arrived to fine sunny weather, however there was a cool change later in the day with rain and cool enough to don warm jackets and scarves. We are staying near Alexanderplatz which was part of East Berlin and is quite evident with some of the buildings ...
Since Berlin is such a huge city, we were happy that we decided to take the big yellow bus Berlin City Tour! We could hop on and hop off as we pleased! We made the rounds and saw famous historical sights such as the Berlin Wall memorials, Checkpoint Charlie, the Brandenburg Gate, the ...
... died, it was glacial outside. After we looked up the location of our hostel we walked outside to find that it had conveniently started to rain. Feeling miserable, we made the wet, cold journey to our hostel. We found a place to get free hot tea on the side of the road which briefly distracted me from the fact that I was battling to keep my wet thongs on with toes that I couldn't move any more. We were incredibly relieved to reach the warmth of our hostel and went upstairs to dump ...
... you look at the steeple tower with its bombed out shape. We caught a bus home and arranged to catch up for dinner on the balcony but I think all the food and exercise caught up with us all as we all fell asleep and cancelled for the evening. Tim and I did venture out later to the Penny supermarket for some bread cheese and tomato. Busy day tomorrow. Rickie and I are going to bike ride while we meet up with Tim in different areas. He may do the hop and go tour ...
... really quite tired from getting up at 5.30am and the bus ride so I didn't really want to go too far so I found the nearest tourist attraction which was basically right around the corner... Check Point Charlie, the most famous crossing point between East and West Berlin. There wasn't really a whole lot to see, but there was a reconstruction of the US Army guardhouse and a copy of the original border sign. I checked out the free open air museum nearby which showed a lot ...