Riverside Lodge Berlin
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... we went to Portsmouth, which was a beautiful day. Yesterday was similarly beautiful here as is today, and warmer. Temp had been in the low to mid 60's. Perhaps 70 or so now.
Last night we had a government sponsored tour of the Reichstag (Parliament). It was delayed as there was a demonstration in favor or allowing even more refugees from the middle east and also a counter demonstration. Seemingly ...
The hotel is close to the Alexanderplatz, a large shopping area. We disappear into several shops (much to Connor's annoyance) and come out with several items of clothing. Its seems so normal to be shopping here. And yet some of the things on display are so different from the shops in Australia. It has been very relaxing to just chill out, have a coffee, browse the shops, watch the people.
We have dinner at the Hofbrauhaus (Berlin), and ...
... We went up to the castle complex which is still functional and is part office buildings and the president lives in the other parts. In the complex is a gorgeous cathedral St Vita filled with stained glass. An interesting fact is that on top of the church is a solid gold ball that contains the blue prints in case the church was ever destroyed they could still have the original to rebuild. We walked down to the old town and across try Charles Bridge and down into the city square. In ...
... the Olympic park precinct around 250,000. Still Hitler announced at one of his speeches from the lectern in the Olympic park that 1,000,000 people were there listening to him!! See what I mean about him being an opportunist!! 100k in the stadium and 250k in the park is not even half way to a million....! I've taken a photo of hitlers lectern where he and Benito Mussolini - the Italian dictator and hitlers main ally stood to give speeches. The Olympic torch relay was also invented by ...
Arrived at Frankfurt Airport at 6.00am after a flight of three hours sleep for me and Maddie slept most of the way. A total reversal from the last flight!.
Pleasantly surprised to fine the outside temp was a warm 6 degrees!
Found the train station without too much hassle and after a 90 min wait we boarded the train bound for Berlin.
We shared the compartment with a man from The States who comes to Germany every month for 10 days ...