Travel Blogs from Berlin
I then went to the GDR/DDR Museum - but I really didn't want to pay to go there.
ON A LIGHTER NOTE:
Found an ALDI store about 900m from where I'm staying. Very disappointed. We have so much to choose from in Aus. Although - I did pick up some "Chicken Steaks" - which was a sliced Chicken Breast (still in the shape!!!) and a bottle of White Burgundy from Germany for €1.99 - which is quite good.
Again, sorry to the "die-hard Germans". It's my Blogg!
We had an overall pleasant stay in Berlin, the capital of Germany. We had a few challenging moments trying to get to our hotel, our taxi driver was particularly unimpressed that our fare only added up to 7 Euros and once we had arrived, the lady who owned the apartment gave us the wrong apartment, so we had to change rooms. Then, after a long day of train travel from Poland, we finally were ready to get a drink at the pub next door called Neumanns. We ...
... 8217;s acoustic, the slow swaying mood of Give Up the Ghost played as the lights beamed through the thick fog, and the crowd closed their eyes and listened. The second encore set ended with what everyone assumed was True Love Waits as Yorke played. He then stopped playing, walked over to the keyboard and played the notes to the intro that every Radiohead fan will know. And so begins the next 5-7 minutes of Everything In Its Right Place. This demonstrated just ...
... and were on our way to see the greatness of Germany's capital. Running to the upper deck, we found some seats near at the front for the best view. That’s when it started to rain, and when it rains here, it pours. The tour progressed and we listened to the recorded voice give us the lay of the land. As we journeyed two and a half hours around town, the humidity in the cabin had fogged our windows and made it rather uncomfortable to sit. Not only that, another passenger whom ...
So since the last blog we've arrived in Berlin. Jorge talked about
Salzburg in thr last blog too but blew through it and didn't do it
Salzburg was everything I expected
and more. At first I wasn't too impressed at the outskirts of the city,
but as always, I passed judgement way too quickly. The first placed we
visited was Mirabella Palace where parts of The Sound of Music was shot.
This was the former summer home of the archbishop of Salzburg. As we ...