B&B Hotel Berlin-Sued Genshagen
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So our 1 and only full day in Berlin got off to a slow start, as we slept in for the first time. I woke up just after 10am, and I decided to wake up Colleen at 11am. After we got ready and some technical difficulties in printing the voucher for the walking tour, we missed our window to go up the Berlin TV Tower. By the time we left the hotel it was after 12noon, and the walking tour started at 1pm. So we decided to get a coffee and a very late breakfast, then made our way to ...
... the train to Freidrichstrasse station to see the exhibit on the border crossing when the wall was up. It was pretty interesting, stories about the families who were separated when the wall went up and how they managed to visit. And about the lengths East Germany went to to ensure their citizens were 'uncorrupted' by the West! From there we went to the Brandenburg gate and took some photos - there is a giant Christmas tree and menorah at the ...
... the U-Bahn to the zoo at the end of TierGarden. We wanted to actually go into the zoo but we jumped on the 100 bus instead. We sat upstairs and got a pretty good view until we hopped off at the Victory Monument. We had a look and then Maddy wanted to go to the playground we went to yesterday so we walked through the park (initially the wrong way) until we found the playground. We played for ...
... buying other drugs and told us to see him if we were interested haha probably not supposed to mention that on a tour! But hey it is an alternative tour! We politely declined this generous offer and instead asked him where a good place to eat lunch was. He suggested a Vietnamese place up the road and it was really good. Cheap and cheerful the way we like! After lunch went went back to the topographie of terror because it was closed yesterday. When we got ...
... For the final game against Argentina, I wanted to go to the "Fan Mile" at Brandenburger Gate. We had walked by this area a few times when games were not going on and it looked like it could be a fun spot to watch a match. It was literally a mile long road in the middle of a park with large TV screens and the odd beer and food vendor. I thought we'd have to get there early, so we aimed to arrive at about 6:30PM for a 9:00PM start. When we got off the subway, ...