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Great room and bathroom. While the outside wasn't too appealing everything was clean and tidy. Having a fridge in the room was fantastic!
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Today marked the first real day of our European adventure by rail! It was a beautiful day in Copenhagen when we arrived at the station to work out where to get our train over the border. A couple of days earlier, we had amended our seat reservations for a later time, the lady at the desk simply said we just needed to take a train to Hamburg before changing trains to reach Berlin. Couldn't be that hard could it? Or so we thought.
Just as the train left Copenhagen ...
... stores, restaurants and tourist sites. The division has been erased accept for the change in the sidewalk brick that marks the new bricks laid after the fall in 1989. The Check Point Charlie Museum is an interesting array of pictures and stories of people who tried or who were successful in escaping over the wall via balloons, tunnels, homemade SCUBA, hidden compartments in vehicles and hollowed out welding machines. ...
... so very cheesy with German local’s dressed in US military outfits having their photo taken with tourists), various museums and the Holocaust memorial. The memorial was overwhelming. As you make your way through the blocks, you get lower down where many people are walking around (you cant tell how many people are actually walking through just by looking at it by the street side). We only had 5 minutes to explore but it was quite sad thinking about ...
Today Dan had an appointment to submit his Chinese Visa documents. We got there on time, but didn't have all the required paper work. Luckily, there were computers connected to the internet and printing services available. All in all, it was a pretty smooth process and pick up is planned for Thursday (assuming it is approved).
It is pretty tough navigating the city without a map or Wi-Fi. We made our way to lunch at a place called curry ...
... her daughter in Copenhagen and then spent a week in Malaga. Carmen and Gitte soon became friends.
After our relaxing house sit in the Grunewald, we planned on taking a train from Berlin to a couple of Carmen's favorite places in Germany. Rothenburg ob der Tauber and Garmisch Partenkirchen, which to this day, I cannot pronounce correctly.