BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steglitz International Berlin
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... space: normal; widows: auto; word-spacing: 0px; -webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">We made our way to the Eastside gallery of the Berlin Wall and slowly took our time to see a small portion of the Wall. We walked in awe at the old and new graffiti work. The famous kiss that was remembered (see photo attached), was an amazing detailed piece.
Our favourite part of Berlin was that ...
... omg my mouth is watering thinking about it.
All in all we were so lucky that Isabell and Olaf welcomed us into their home. They both showed us such amazingly hospitality and Isabell organised some amazing days for us to enjoy during our time in Berlin. I hope that I will see them both again soon and not in three years time again. Or just might to save my pennies and make a special trip :)
Thank you again Isabell!!!!!!
Auf Wiedersehen Berlin, Ahoj ...
... of the historical and architectural buildings. We explored both. An unusual celebration occurring while we were here was a variation of Father's Day. Typically the fathers and sons would takes cartons of beer in a cart into the mountains and drink all day and then gradually make their way home. Today it consisted of an excuse to go out and with mates and get drunk. It made for ...
... dreadful. So, she was deposited with Alona's friendly neighbourhood Greek car mechanic, and we set off on the ever reliable German public transport system. A very comfortable S-Bahn train took us to Potsdam, so that was good. However, we encountered a second hitch at the Tourist Information Desk. It turned out that the Cecilienhof Palace is shut on Mondays. This was a bit of a blow, and a glaring mistake on my part. In my planning notes, I had observed ...
... the freedom of Germany. The wall seemed smaller than I thought it would be at only 3 meters high. Have to remember though it was accompanied by showers of bullets for anyone who dared come close. In saying that there were a few successful escapes including a couple driving under the barrier at checkpoint Charlie the only checkpoint where authorised people could cross between the two sides. Another attempt that was successful was a family with a 9 year old boy ...