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... most interesting graffiti. Food is cheap, greasy, and delicious - their specialties include kebab and currywursts (mmmm). The city definitely shows a bit of Turkish influence.
Our friend Chris in Munich helped us find a cheap last minute train ticket to take us on the 7 hour journey north to Berlin, where Jess was waiting for us. We arrived on Halloween, a holiday that is just starting to make an influence on European culture. We passed a few people in costumes and ...
... entrance to Berlin,the Berlin Wall, checkpoint Charlie and some other cool little places.
In world war 2, Russia had invaded Germany and taken over half of Berlin. So resulted in a capitalist side and a communist side. That is, East and West Berlin. Russia had the eastern side - the communist side. ...
... exit the plane i get bombarded with people in the airport, there are so many people here i cannot count. I walk to my Hotel and instantly hit the bed. Madrid is beautiful but because of all the traveling that i have done i think resting for the day is the best option. After all a holiday is meant to be relaxing.
Day 13: I wake up on my second last day of my Holiday, today is going to be great. I get ready to go to the bus station so i ...
... Adlon Hotel where Michael Jackson almost dropped his baby off the balcony. And we got to see the gate and then we took some pictures with the white balloons nearby. All around Berlin where the Berlin Wall used to be there is a line of white balloons to symbolize where it would have stood. And tomorrow night at 7pm there’s going to be an event when the balloons get released all around the city. It was cool because behind the balloons there ...
... so arrived in Berlin nearly two hours late. So much for German efficiency! The main station in Berlin is enormous, but new; it was built for the football World Cup in 2010. Trains operate over three or four levels. Found the info centre and managed to get a map. We were unable to get a taxi because this is the weekend of the Berlin Marathon and our road was closed to traffic, so had to lug our cases through the crowded rail system. Finally made it to our apartment, up on ...