Axel Hotel Berlin
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... a good job of achieving their aims.
From there I walked around a corner and up the road to the Brandenburg Gate across from the Reichtag, and the welcome shady embrace of the Tiergarten Park. The temperature had climbed to 34 degrees by now, and the hordes of tourists were gathering at all the right places. After taking a few photos I squeezed into a #100 bus to take me further up the road to Alexanderplatz.
... taxi and reverse-quickly figured out where that apartment actually was. You see, when looking for a building's number, you usually don't think to look on the backside of said building. Ben thinks outside the box. He found it in no time and we were in our new flat, much more spacious and honestly quite a bit nicer than that in Paris.
On a walk around the area, Alex and I commented, this place smells beautiful - so did Paris! Hence the title.
Dear Friends, This is Berlin where the hustle and bustle of the city is concentrated in one place: Alexanderplatz, a major transportation hub. At the background, you can admire the TV tower that overlooks the city and it is 368m high, simply the tallest building in western and eastern Berlin ...
Today we spent the day in Berlin, Germany. We did a Fat Tyre Bike Tour around the whole city, the guides name was Neil. He was from Manchester in the UK but he has been living in Berlin for 8 years. He was very friendly and knowledgeable. Our tour started at the TV Tower which is taller than the Eiffel Tower at 384m. We saw the Holocaust memorial for all of the people killed by Hitler. There were 2700 blocks that formed the memorial. We also saw the remains of the ...
... And finally - because I know all of you are wondering - a little bit on GERMANY WINNING THE WORLD CUP!!!!!! How lucky am I that I got the opportunity not only to watch the World Cup in a country that loves soccer (yeah USA, that's me calling you out), but to also be a part of the celebration was really spectacular. Lots of beer. Lots, of hugging and singing. Lots of car horns beeping. And screaming, and cheering, and celebrating, and of course ...