Hotel Alte Feuerwache
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... a beer at the pub down the street and then grilled out at his place then called it a night. The next day called for 90% rain so we slept in and played it by ear (year) to those of you who say that :) . It actually just rained that night and was overcast all day but we will take it! So we got lunch at the most famous and best donor (gyro) place in all of Berlin. Lamb meat with vegetables and spicy sauce- I actually really liked it! Then on to a bus city tour that took ...
... distinct differences from other parts of the country today. We learned a little about Berlin pre-WWII and the financial struggles the entire country was going through after the Prussian period. Of course, we learned a little about the Nazis since this was the birth place of the horrible regime. Hitler hated Germany and he specifically hated the city of Berlin, accusing Berlin of being all that was wrong with the entire country. Logically then, this is where he focused on ...
... forever to check in, so it was already 10:30 before I even was able to head out. I took a tram, panicked when I thought I missed my stop, got off two stops early, and had to run towards the general direction of where I thought The Brandenburg Gate (our meeting point) was. Not to mention, some freak weather was happening, in Berlin's standards. Almost 70 degrees and I was running and dressed for 10 below freezing. I asked ...
Today was a bit of a lazy day and we had a sleep in. as we finally emerged from the hotel at about 1:30pm, we took a train to the East Gallery which is the largest single intact stretch of the Berlin Wall still remaining. It is almost 1km long and each panel has artwork (and graffiti) on it. This part of town was also my least favourite and it was sort of home to the alternative people and also where the hostels are etc. a bit ...
... We didn't spend too long in here, we mainly wanted to see the bust of Nefertiti and the Berlin Hat.
Gary and I then popped in to the Altes National Gallery to see the impressionist paintings. The two boys had had an overdose of art by this time, so stayed outside playing games on their iphones!!
After leaving Museum Island, we headed towards Friedrichstrasse station, ...