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... that were not listed on the train schedule for the train we wanted. We got nervous and got off. I noticed a conductor and asked him how to be to Alexanderplatz and he directed me to another platform. I think before I asked, someone else asked the same question and was directed to the same platform. I found solace in the fact that I was not the only numbskull that got on the wrong train.
The train came in a few minutes and we ...
... Rafa is a well travelled, well educated, and street smart CEO.....tick! The group comprise of around 13 persons, ranging from 23 years of age to around 62. We got team USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia....and yours truly...team SA. Dinner was had in the town square and I christened my arrival in Germany in true style with a 500ml Berlin beer :). After 24 hrs of no sleep, mom and I were zonked and I can barely remember putting the lights off. Day 1 ...
... the fact that the walls were made of extremely expensive and rare rosewood. The grounds of Schonbrunn were vast. On the grounds there were a couple major sites that we were able to see: the Egyptian obelisk, the Neptune fountain, and the Gloriette. From the Gloriette, one can enjoy a magnificent view of Vienna before them. It was incredible walking around an imagining yourself as a member of the royal family. You had a huge amount of space to exercise, enjoy nature, or just ...
... including a main and drink each! Tuesday 29 April This morning, after a yummy hotel buffet breakfast, we get the Sbahn train to the Berlin Zoo. Entrance is pretty cheap at €10 each. The zoo was fabulous. Our favourite exhibits were the African animals where we could get up close to Gorillas, Elephants, Giraffes, Zebras and Lions. We also loved the bears, especially the signs pointing towards them as in German they are called ...
... a huge flea market and a nearby park that had a stage for karaoke that was open to everyone on sundays. We sat there waiting and waiting but because of time constraints we didn't get to see the karaoke, but we still go to see some stupid clown work his magic for euros. That park was really amazing and had a good relaxed vibe to it.
Anyways we left that place to do another exit point, but this time we got to a tiny room with a curtain for a door and some poor ...