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We arrived very early Thursday morning so we had to sort of hang around until anything opened. †We found our B&B and waited to be let in at 8am so we could leave our bags. We bought a metro pass which included admission to museum island which was on our list of things to do. †It has 5 major museums between 2 rivers in the middle of the city. It was …
... 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 ...
Berlin is a surprising city for those not really familiar with it. Obviously most people are aware of its connections to World War II and the separation of the city by the Berlin Wall not long after. What you may not be familiar with is the thriving music scene and the young hip urban feel of the place.
We arrived in Berlin when it was in the middle of a heat wave! Our first day in Berlin, we sought to get a feel of the city through our ...
... Next it was off to the Bradenburg Gate. The gate once formed the entrance to the city and was built in 1791. Although damaged in WWII, it was restored to its full glory in 1958.
All around the city are pictures of the old Berlin, and of Hilter's rise to power. They do not want to forget this part of their history so that history will not repeat itself. There are symbols of communism everwhere- such as the 1185 ft high television tower built in the 60's.
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Feeling energised by peas, sausage, wine and vodka we thought it might be an idea to get close to the stage so we dived in. There’s a statue about half way between the Brandenburg Gate and the Ferris wheel, so presumably almost 500 metres from the stage and it was around about this point that the crowd started to get quite densely packed. We kept going for a while because most of the time people had left gaps between them but as ...
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed