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... While you are replying there is usually another gypsy who will pickpocket you. After being warned all over Europe about pickpockets it has become a natural thing to clutch our handbags in front of us everywhere we go. Until you have travelled you don't realise the extent of how lucky we are to live in such a beautiful, safe country! After following the tour-guide's advice we went back and spent time at some of the real historic parts of Berlin. ...
Since you can't get from Greece to Portland directly, we decided to take advantage of our flight routing on the way back and spend a couple of nights in Berlin. And luckily we ended up being there for the Brazil/Germany World Cup match.
We didn't have too much time, but saw some of the Berlin Wall sites and then spent an afternoon at museum island. The Pergamom museum was a great way to finish up our Greece trip.
... us to CP in their IC car that looked like a limo. Sweet.
Lady at CP was wonderful. She actually apologized to us that she couldn't get us an upgrade to a nicer room...too full. Are you kidding me? We were lucky to have a bed. It was our mistake not theirs, and this young lady seemed so concerned. She said, "I am glad we got you this room. I would not have slept well tonight if we had to turn you away." Wonderful!!!
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... restaurant in the city. This unassuming establishment, opened in 1956, is located in a downtrodden neighbourhood. Even though we arrive early, the place is already packed. As we sit down, the bustling waiter covers the table with white paper and drops a heaping plate of buttery warm bread and glasses of frothy beer in front of us. We order giant tiger prawns, clams and shrimp. It is absolute perfection in its simplicity. The entertainment is provided by the proud owner who strides ...
... of Wikipedia later on told me that tor means 'gate', not station, deriving from the same root as the English word 'door', and Brandenburger Tor is simply the local name for the Brandenburg Gate, rather than a station to aim for. So, after wasting ten minutes intensely studying the map, I decided to head to somewhere I felt would be pretty central and to follow my nose from there.
This randomly selected station was Franzöische Straße, which fortunately turned out to be ...