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... and I ended the night by talking for about an hour with a guy whose job was to make sure no one climbed up an art piece. Cool dude. We got in around 4:30am. The next day we lingered for a while (..."a while") in the room and ended up having Vietnamese for breakfast / late lunch. It was lovely, though they didn't include bean spouts ( :( ). We then wandered over to Alexander Platz and (with a struggle) found Wiebke!! (In case you don't recall, she's ...
... on the main Unter den Linden boulevard, is a classical old 19th century building known as Die Neue Wache, the new guardhouse.
Inside is a huge stone room, lit only by a small circular skylight directly overhead.
In the center is a sculpture depicting a mother with her dead son.
There is also no shortage of Holocaust memorials.
We came across a massive collection of concrete blocks known as ...
... share them all this would be more of a history book than a blog, but feel free to ask us about it when we get home. But this story is one I greatly appreciated. The Lady Victoria rides in a chariot pulled by four horses on top of the Brandenburg Gate. However she wasn't always Lady Victoria. When built, the statue was Lady Irene the goddess of peace, however peace did not last long and Napoleon shortly conquered Berlin. When he saw lady Irene, he decided to take ...
... our decision to make York our first stop on this part of the trip was fairly last minute. That meant that as we got closer to town we had to start keeping an eye out for suitable hotel options since we didn’t have anything booked ahead of time. After visiting one “charming” hotel with entirely too many spiral staircases to navigate and one fully booked hotel we landed at the winner, a very nice hotel just on the edge of the interior part of the ...
Alas we had to move on from Amsterdam so we headed with our first class tickets (once you are over 24 you have to buy first class Eurail passes). The dutch lady at the ticket counter informed us that we simply had to get on the train no need to reserve seats. We hopped into the luxurious first class cabin and first met a woman from San Fransico who also happened to be a pharmacist. Much to Ryan's boredom we chatted shop for quite ...