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After running into some kiwis at the airport who are also living in London, we departed for home. We would recommend Berlin to anyone, it’s got a bit of everything and PLENTY of history!
Bryce & Terri (London, UK - 21 November 2012)
... on my desk…" She said she knew I wasn’t German because I smiled too much. Ha. Well no wonder she wanted to talk to someone smiley after weeks of working in that office!!!
Berlin started to grow on me after I stumbled into the rehearsal for an open air orchestra performance. I bought a ticket for that evenings show – ‘Dance, Dance, Dance’ which culminated in a breakdance set to the music of Bach. It was standing ovation ...
... building. It was a nice way to start the trip because from the top of the dome you have a
360-degree view of the surrounding cityscape! After that we walked to the Brandenburg Gate, which was very impressive, and saw Checkpoint Charlie. I learned a lot about the history of the Wall and the politics involved. I also got the chance to see the Jewish Museum and the Holocaust exhibits. ...
... that we subsequently had to gaze at for a time!
We passed back through the Brandenburg gate and had a closer look at the Reichstag before wandering through the green gardens of the Tiergarten. Being as it was a Sunday and the roads were pretty quiet, once we were back at Skody we decided to visit the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedachniskirche, a left- as- it- was bombed church. They have now built a protective ...
... on crack.
After that we tried to find dinner but it was getting late so we opted for noodles in a box whilst watching Eurovision Song Contest on TV.
Early to bed...haha not. Just studying studying studying.
Soooo not the best blog because its half midnight and im suppose to be doing other stuff. Sorry. I'll try harder next time. promise.