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... are still old neighbourhoods, left relatively unscathed by the war and communist era which are now being “gentrified” and becoming very desirable areas to live.
Almost the only thing about Berlin that hasn’t changed, is the difficulty in getting there. Templehof airport closed not so long ago and is now used as a convention and party venue. Schoenefeld airport, the airport built to serve East Berlin is now virtually defunct, used mainly by budget ...
... for the Brandenburg gate and as we do so, we note just how many folk are wondering around. Many, many tourists. Obviously already into the shoulder season. Standing in front of the Brandenburg Gate is even more impressive in real life than it is in pictures. Moreover we are pleased to be able to see it in the evening lit up as it is. The temperature has really dropped though and we are a wee bit cold. Our crisp sheets and warm hotel room is sounding very ...
... Wall and had a full on photo shoot! Theeeen we walked for days to get to a part of Berlin that had people younger than 105...we found our fellow youngsters eventually in Alexander Platz ! Now we are exhausted and are sitting in a Starbucks staring at the trams passing by and wandering how the hell we are going to get home. ...
... the third market because we were freezing, and really tired.
On Friday, we did a free walking tour of Berlin. It was the first day of snow for this year, so everything looked so pretty with snow on it. Although it was so windy, our tour guide called it horizontal snow. On the tour we saw the Brandenburg Gate which had a huge Christmas tree in front along with a huge Hanukkah candle. Then we walked to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews ...
... famous waltz? It's Older than the Rhine, and passes through more capital cities than any other river. History, lore, legends and culture are all fine and dandy, but the thing that really gets me is the fact that it's all down-hill. Sold.
OK, sure, it feels flat, but technically it is downhill, and that's good enough for me. At this point the observant reader will observe that I said we were only going as far as Belgrade, while the river ...