Hotel Air in Berlin
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... chocolate shop called Ritter Sport where I got to customize my own chocolate bar! First, you pick either milk or dark chocolate. Then, you can pick 3 ingredients to go into the chocolate including Gummi Bears, sour cherry pieces, gingerbread crumbs, and lots more! The put the ingredients into the melted chocolate, pour it into a mold and put it into a freezer! 30 minutes later, you come back and have your very own candy bar!
... see us going back to explore more of the city. Next stop was Berlin. The train from Bonn to Berlin takes about 5 hours but the trains are really comfortable so it goes by pretty quickly. When we arrived in Berlin we had to navigate to our hotel on the S-bahn which is like their metro system. It was easy to use which is always a relief when you have an 18kg rucksack on your back! We only had a day to spend in Berlin so it was a bit of a whistle stop tour of the main ...
... of history in this stop, but not enough time. On the drive to our next stop we past Checkpoint Charlie. Our guide thought this was **** just put there to suck in tourist money, so we didn't stop. Seems he was in the military, and actually served at Checkpoint Charlie. He told us he just wanted us to see real stuff not the tourist traps. OK, I'll get over the missed photos. However, he was showing us places not listed on our tour, so I couldn't get to upset. We really ...
... You don't realise how hard it is to do simple things like eat with a knife and fork, when you can 't see. All the waiters are blind and each have their own noise to make when moving around. An unforgettable Christmas dinner with my wonderful ...
... of town to drop me at Charlottenburg Palace where she then set off for Frankfurt. It was a bit of a cold farewell and I don’t think we’ll be friends forever. We are different people with different humour and interests, but still it was great to hang out with someone on break for a change. The Palace is huge! But the restored interior (damaged by a “liquid bombing raid” in WW2) that you tour is only a small portion of it. Built between 1695-1713 by Prussian ...