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... European cities, Berlin definitely has its copper monuments. Horses, kings and even the odd sausage (everyone loves the (copper) sausage) that tend to fill your camera roll and have no story attached. Though in Berlin, there was also plenty of monuments that made you stop and think. The first that we were introduced to was the Holocaust Museum. ...
... yards and none of them would stay green long enough for us
to get through so it was very much stop start through there.
We arrived at
our destination which is on a Marina so we are right by the water,
the book advertised it as 15 spaces which most were taken when we
arrived and the rest taken by the end of the evening, they are quite
tight for the big Motorhomes here but we have managed to make ...
... among the sophisticated streets of Berlin. There were no dead dogs or rubbish ruining the views, we weren’t constantly and curiously glared at, and we had food options we comprehended - we simply slid into the orderly running of the sharp city. We walked through lanes with amazing artistic and meaningful murals, pristine gardens and trendy roads with independent exhibitions and fashion boutiques. After sitting in a tucked away Japanese soup kitchen for an ...
... and as you know that the Parkers are not garden/plant people, we were very impressive. The view to the Marina Sands Hotel was awesome, we'll have to stay there next visit.
We had a night flight to Berlin via London with a short change. All slept 6-8 hours in a 12 hour flight and now that's impressive. We got a taxi from the airport to the apartment building. It has a coffee/bakery shop underneath (how lucky's that) ...
... could have stayed a week here, and still not gotten through all the sights! If we ever visit again, or go to neighbouring countries, we will definitely try and make it to Berlin somehow.
We just spent the day making the 5 ½ hour drive across Germany back to where we go the RV from (Mulheim). Now we are at an adorable (and somewhat sketchy at first) campground in Essen, Germany; just 25 minutes from where we drop off the RV tomorrow. It's only a bit sketchy from ...