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... with some shrimp from the prior evening's dinner. While I dealt with something fishy, the rest of the gang introduced themselves to Berlin with kind help of tour guide Jean-Pierre (Bavarian, not French). They began at the Wall, or what's left of it, Check Point Charlie and along the East/West border. From there, to The Brandenburg Gate, Parliment Building & ...
... it was pretty cool to see how every part of the camp was maintained as some of it has been rebuilt.
On a totally different topic, we had yummy Thai food for dinner and I had noodles. (Thai food in Berlin...two thumbs way up!) I also had a new food experience - yay! I had frog legs as an appetizer and they were delicious. #bestappetizerever
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... the Brandenburg Gate which is really impressive and was the official entrance from West to East Berlin during the Cold War used by those few Westerners who travelled to perhaps visit relatives. Unter der Linden is the Main Street through the gate. There is heaps of re-restoration work happening in Berlin including the recreation of the old palace which is a pity for tourists as there is scaffolding and cranes in a lot of views! We have a tour of ...
The first time back in Europe after contiki and time to experience everything for ourselves. Lone travellers in a country that doesn't speak your language comes with many challenges. Arriving into Berlin we needed to get on a train to the city and find our hostel. Sounds simple. After asking directions and finding out the train stop name we thought we were sorted. We stood at the ticket machine, changed the language to English, typed in our ...
... memorials of the Berlin Wall, a global symbol of division during the Cold War; but also took in the rise and fall of Hitler and the Third Reich...and a few more beer gardens, just for good measure! My final night in Berlin happened to coincide with my birthday, and the local authorities, bless 'em, decided to put on a little shindig, hundreds of thousands packing the streets around Brandenburg Gate to help me celebrate! They all claimed they were there for some ...