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... for a bit. As we were walking, Jason spotted Harley and Krystel, our Airbnb hosts from our week in Melbourne. We knew they would be in Berlin at the same time as us, but the chances of randomly finding them wandering the streets in a city with 3.5 million people were pretty slim. When we caught up and said hello, they were just as surprised as we were to actually run into each other here. With my new crazy dark hair colour, it also took them a second to recognize ...
... in Berlin, we joined the queue at the taxi rank to get two taxis to take us to the Circus. We arrived and checked into our fairly comfortable rooms.
Gary and I had a Junior Suite, the boys had a twin room. The hotel was ultra modern, but had everything required. See my review on TripAdvisor here:
http://www.tripadvisor.com.au/ShowUserR eviews-g187323-d1307675-r192627806-The_ ...
... inaugurated. At the beginning of the 19th century, the Alexanderplatz was one of the busiest squares in Berlin. Already in the Middle Ages it was the center of the city and since the reunification of East and West Berlin the large square is primed to once again become the center of Berlin. Ox Market Originally the square was called the Ochsenmarkt or ox market, but in 1805, after a visit by Russian Tzar Alexander I it was renamed to Alexanderplatz. The locals simply call this ...
... Syria and wonder if the world has learnt any lessons.
A visit to the Reichstag ( Germany's federal parliament) is considered a must do when visiting Berlin so off we went. Is quite remarkable as they have retained the outside historical walls and built a modern complex inside it. Included is a glass dome which is accessible to the public. Provides excellent views of surrounding Berlin.
We have made an effort to ...
... parks, which is awesome.. We don't have it in Estonia :(