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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... and danced until the club got too full and most of our group got to rowdy so a few of us decided to head back to the hotel. I was glad I did though cause I still needed to pack and it was bags on the bus at 8am for the ride back to Berlin.
This was an optional ride back to Berlin and there was only 17 of us on the journey so it was nice cause we each got our own double seat and were able to stretch out to get some sleep. It took eight hours ...
... historical buildings, including the old Palace of Berlin, and focussed on constructing symbols of the Communist Regime.
So what did we see today? We visited first the small section of the Berlin wall that exists today. it is badly damaged as Berliners took pics and axes to the wall to destroy it. Now it is protected as pat of a museum that happens to be where they have recently uncovered torture chambers used by the Nazis, then the communists. The wall ...
... fun so they deserved a bit of extra profit on New Year’s Eve. The price was still far from extortionate. We’d paid £4.50 for a glass of mulled wine in a pub in Chester a few days before, which is about twice as much. Plus we were saving €1 per cup because we were fortifying them with Moskovskaya which was producing a surprisingly satisfying drink.
When we’d had enough to make walking with cups of hot wine reasonably viable we walked through to the ...
... on the opposite platform so in the end it was an easy change and this new train had not only the car that we had been booked in to but also the seats as well.
We stowed our packs and suck into the comfy leather seats to take a few deep breaths that we were Frankfurt-bound.
To recover from the epic journey thus far we required some refreshment, which came in the form of a 500ml Becks each which was collected from the restaurant car ...
... traveled for two stops, did a
right hand turn, the stopped - end of the line, still 2km from the Gate.
So, we just sat there and waited. Doors didn't open, tram didn't move.
Hmmmm, could be here for a while. Luckily, it moved off after about 5
minutes - back in the direction it came from. Decided to cut our losses
and get off the first time it stopped and walked down to the Gate (about