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... information boards that are rather hidden in one of the passage ways up from the S-Bahn.
Back on the U-Bahn and we headed to StadtMitte, and a quick look around the large Gendarmenmarkt square that has the Konzerthaus Berlin in the middle with two Churches facing each other at opposite ends of the square. We walked up 100s of steps of the Franzšosischer Dom to the balcony that provided really good views around ...
Although our time in Berlin was only 24 hours, I can fairly say that we enjoyed every minute of it. As with all the European cities, the train will be our greatest friend and fortunately we were able to use most of Berlin's city transportation free of cost (Eurail is the way to go, as backpackers always say). Our hostel was right downtown by the Brandenburger Gate, so the daylight hours were spent walking around the area, seeing everything from: youth protesters ...
... Cecilienhof is "geschlossen" on Mondays, but somehow I had failed to transfer this to the itinerary. Never mind. This was not the end of the world, because at least we could wander around the outside of the Palace, which would be fine. The Cecilienhof was built by Kaiser Wilhelm II for the Crown Prince and it was completed in 1917. It looks like it should be in Surrey, all Arts and Crafts and big gables; so it will be nice to admire it and maybe even ...
... from one building into western Germany. The only reason they weren't stopped was that the guards thought they were spies entering. The unfortunate tale of Peter Fechter, who was an 18 year old Eastern German who tried to escape into West Berlin 1962, but was shot on the wall and left to bleed out and die slowly on the Eastern side. This fuelled massive public outcry eventually resulting in imprisonment for the guards in 1997.
We then drove through Museum ...