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From Berlin Tegel Airport, a bus ride to Charlottenburg. The neighbourhood is upscale retail, the Berlin Champs Élysées, yep we keep finding them. Dinner at Vittorio, a local Italian restaurant where the waiters do speak Italian to each other, and we had fun translating German into Italian into English. Good thing we speak food, because we don't speak German or Italian. The following morning was an S Bahn train to Alexanderplaz for a bicycle tour for Joel and a bus tour ...
... We spend our first day on a 6 hour walking tour and explore the highlights of the city. So different after coming straight back from Paris. It is all quick new and not.so extravagant as Paris but still has.its own charm. This night meet up with Abels cousin who has flew in from Austria to be worth is during this leg of the journey. He has lived here before so along with a few other Aussi mates we go deep into Berlin ...
... the GDR had a completely artificial economy running (or rather, limping) on outdated industries. In the reunified country, the buildings these industries had occupied were quickly put to use for suitable purposes, such as living space.
One of the delights of a visit to Berlin is going to any of its many coffee places, where the cities young and hip gather to socialize, work or simply enjoy an artisanal cup of coffee with so many ...
First I think I forgot to mention yesterday that I visited the holocaust memorial which I can see from my window. A sobering place of course but very well done. I will go back before I leave. Now to today. Started again at the witching hour of 3.30am when my mobile rang. Didn't answer. Up around 7 and out to walk in Tiergarten. I love to walk early and check out things before the masses ...
... walking of course, we headed out towards Checkpoint Charlie, one of the old Border crossings. They still have Soldiers there at the point but these days it is purely a money maker. If you want your photo taken in front of it you have to pay them €2.
Ready for a visit to the Museum a short distance away and the girl at the desk told us they had no power so that put a stop to that.
Next was a visit to the 'East Gallery' - a 1.3 kilometre ...