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Loved the location of the hotel, Charlottenburg. Hotel staff was very welcoming and helpful. Spacious and clean rooms. The breakfast on the top floor was spectacular. Will stay again for sure.
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The next day we had a tour of the city by an annoying tour guide. We were driven to all places of interest including part of the Berlin Wall and were given a comprehensive history lesson. I think we are all getting a bit restless on the bus. Our guides voice and her need to repeat everything is grating. So... we cut the tour short at the Checkpoint Charlie museum and walked around ourselves. Armed with our map we walked for around 4 hours taking in the sights ...
Today was our last day in Berlin, so we intentionally kept it light on with activities. After a bit of a sleep in, we headed out by metro again to the Olympiastadion. The Germans were awarded the 1936 Olympic Games in 1931 whilst under the stewardship of their democratically elected Weimar (pronounced "Veimar") Republic lead by President Hindenburg. However this is where our mate good old Adolf comes in to bat once again! By 1931-32,the nazi party was gathering some legs and Hitler ...
Left hotel @ 8:30 Bob drove around main sites as meg explained them Walking your started @ 9:30 and finished at 1:30 Guide knew his stuff and showed us heaps of places - checkpoint Charlie Where hitlers bunker was and where he commuted suicide Memorials to different groups Parts of the ...
... br> A short walk along the street and we were at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. 4.7 acres covered in 2,711 undulating concrete slabs. Walking through these slabs gave me a very sobering and emotional feeling. Underneath is a Museum which we also visited.
When, we came out of the Memorial Museum the sun had disappeared and the afternoon temp had dropped......where were my fleecy lined when I needed ...
... minutes with Ben just 5 or so minutes after Sarah. I couldn't believe the crowd both in the race and watching and I wish we bought noise makers and Australian flags. We stopped for coffee which became lunch with two ham and cheese sandwiches share between 7 people. We then walked straight to the 40 km mark. I really wanted to do some more shopping but found out that shops aren't open on Sundays in Berlin, besides we really didn't have ...