ABACUS Tierpark Hotel
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... they did. The second part was about the Nazi and Soviet union occupation of Poland and how they managed to get there independence back.
Next we had some lovely currywurst and were able to lie down on some grass for the first time in weeks at Alexanderplatz.
Berlin is a interesting city. Parts are covered in graffiti and has lots of run down buildings and looks a bit like the Bronx but is inhabited by regular middle class.
... a bit of a tour from him parts of the large city and he shared a great place to get some coffee and cake! We walked through a brand new mall that has windows and a rooftop with cafes facing the Berlin Zoo. It was nice to watch the monkeys jump around and play.
Last night, we put on our team Germany shirts and headed across the street from home where there is a courtyard with bars and big screens set up to watch the German football ...
... with mythical creatures to impress or scare visitors to Babylon.
Beer is plentiful in Berlin and food is very international. Lots of pizza and pasta shops. 3 opera houses and the large Berlin Concerthall across from our hotel, but no shows at all this evening. This is a very easy city to walk around, enjoying the warm spring evenings.
Berlin has so much to offer. There is much more to its history than World War II and life on the east side of the ...
... see from the roof.
If you can only visit a few cities in Europe during your vacation make sure Berlin in one of them. While there aren't any landmarks that rival those of London or Paris the people, food and history of this city sure make up for it. Skip Paris it's gross and over rated.
We are shortly heading out to Geneva, Switzerland so will have to update all of you on that!
... East Berlin side of the wall, Potsdamer Platz was on the West and was a waste land during the days of the Wall. It has since gone through a massive redevelopment and has attracted a lot of money. For example, Sony moved its European headquarters there. After getting settled into our hotel, and Ed establishing that Cartoon Network in German is the same as no Cartoon Network (Bloomberg) was in English, we headed to Potsdamer Platz for a look around and ...