Park Inn by Radisson Berlin City West
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... Unfortunately a couple of things worked against us from the start. First we set out to explore just a little after 6pm and quickly realized that this sleepy little town really shut down quickly so all of the little shops we walked past were closed for the evening. Our second challenge was that after a few minutes of walking the clouds got significantly darker and it began to rain pretty steadily. Faced with a decision of pressing on or calling it a night and returning to ...
... metaphor makes it deeply significant. We ignore the fact that the literal separation existed prior to the wall being erected and it can be argued the metaphorical separation has survived the destruction of the physical barrier. Like many things in history the significance becomes circularly self sustaining. But if you are detached from all the meaning then you realise you have just walked nearly four hours to see a concrete wall. Not even a nice ...
... moment. It is magnificent in every way. Outside and inside. We well and truly concur that the Rathaus, Hanover, is their top attraction.
Now we're back at campsite, Birkenzee, and getting ready for supper. This campsite is different again! Fabulous facilities and clean as a whistle. Free hot water AND toilet paper AND soap! But you have to press the hot water button every 15 seconds or it goes off. No such thing as free lunch! Also the Germans have just won the FIFA ...
After packing clothes for 5 days in our back packs, we posted our suitcases via the German Postal system to be transported to our next major destination. The next few days we will be travelling light, staying in Youth Hostels and with other relatives and also doing lots of travel, so a backpack is the way to go. We also posted 14kg of treats we had bought previously to Australia. Tanja and I decided not to pack them in ...
... and I decided to go to another "hip" part of the city to have some lunch. It was pretty far so we took the subway, and this is where I had the hiccup for the day.
The metro station that we started from had a ticket machine that was working but it would only take coins. I didn't have coins, and the only machine that could take notes was broken. I took a picture of the broken ticket machine and we got on the metro. We had ...