Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... between the lines. I saw at least two other people get apprehended but that's when I decided to leave. I ran about a block with a big crowd of people who were just trying not to get involved. Luckily, I don't think the situation got any worse, but I wasn't going to stick around and find out. I wish I could have gotten a picture or two but it wasn't really what I was thinking about in the moment. I did get a video as soon as I walked up, but it ...
... vegetable thickeners instead of animal gelatin and a chocolate brownie. The lolly was soft and not overly sweat while the brownie was rich and very chocolaty.
2. Linder: there are a chain of these across Berlin and they are great for stocking up on great food. The stock cold meats, cheese, cooked meats, cakes, bread, chocolate, all the essentials really. Berlin is the first place I have seen that you can order bread by the slices. We sampled pickled white asparagus, ...
... people at the platform helped us. On arrival at Parliament, we felt like we got VIP treatment. We bypassed the queues, and were taken up to the restaurant in our own elevator! The breakfast selection was amazing. A great way to relax after the train dramas of the morning. Highlight of the day was posing infront of the big glass dome that's sits ontop of the Parliament building. Again, another 30min photo session due to people standing in the way. But also, we were trying to do ...
... hostel – the generator. It was too early to check in so i left my luggage in the basement, got a map and went exploring the city.
I walked down to Alexanderplatz, walked around the area, saw the TV tower, but the line to go up was too long – i might come back another day. I then walked towards museum island, here i went to the DDR museum. There were long lines, i had to pay and there were many people here to get a good look at what was ...
... not understanding or fully comprehending it but at least remembering what happened. We had an audio guide and wandered around quietly for about 3 hours, although you could spend all day there if you wanted. After we had left Sachsenhausen we needed a good hour to turn our mood around, and being with friends certainly helped that process. We had booked to go to the Reichstag dome (tip if you are ever in Berlin book your tickets online 3 days before you want to visit - saves a ...