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I found my mom standing right where she said she would be...gate 5OA....a big squeeze and a settled feeling....the time had arrived. Time for us to journey through eastern Europe together and see what it's all about. We were soon amongst it all, chatting with our new comrades and exchanging names and home countries and working our way through the itinerary ahead. Our guides name is Rafa and he is from Poland. Yet again, G Adventures has come through in ...
... basilica-like structure near the river. We had no idea what it was, but it looked cool so off we went. (We went the rest of the day without needing the map, but I feel we got lucky. Probably should look over things more carefully before we get to a new city.) When we arrived at the complex, we found out it was the Hungarian Parliament building. It was HUGE, but it really did look like a lot like a medieval basilica. Again, we were able to witness a changing of the guard at ...
... of Jewish people and others that were 'different' murdered in the holocaust - still eerie and sad even on a glorious sunny day . Applaud the fact that it is built on the site of Goebbel's headquarters and villa which were razed to the ground.
On the other hand - a beautiful Tiergarten and a Dali exhibition showed yet another side to this city. Mostly reasonable and affordable except for the ...
Applying for a visa to visit India, as an Australian living in berlin for under a year, is way more difficult than it should be. I had a lot of trouble with the website before we left, so decided to visit the contracting agency to the embassy as soon as we returned to Berlin. So here I was waiting in line to see the lady at the counter. Finally it was my turn and I told her about the website and how I would like to apply for a visa in person, here at the office. She replied ...
... inaugurated. At the beginning of the 19th century, the Alexanderplatz was one of the busiest squares in Berlin. Already in the Middle Ages it was the center of the city and since the reunification of East and West Berlin the large square is primed to once again become the center of Berlin. Ox Market Originally the square was called the Ochsenmarkt or ox market, but in 1805, after a visit by Russian Tzar Alexander I it was renamed to Alexanderplatz. The locals simply call this ...