Casa Camper Berlin
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Despite poor weather forecasts in the days prior today dawned dry and mild - not too hot and not too cold - and a perfect day to do some more walking and explore the street art of Berlin. So, after a pleasant U Bahn ride in the wrong direction to a street that had a similar name to the one we were targeting we set off on foot to find the East Wall …
And so we woke on our last Polish morning and after a leisurely breakfast in the Metropolitan Boutique Hotel dining room made our way to the John Paul II airport for our AirBerlin flight to Berlin. The airport is undergoing what appears to be a major re-build and not before time, I suspect. It was rather crowded and not terribly workable in layout …
... Charlie where Chas and I had coffee with our tour guide while the rest when an took photos of the Checkpoint.
We passed by the musuem for the Traband car. This was a car available in East Berlin that was a 2 stroke, 26 horsepower car for the masses. It had not oil delivery system so oil had to be added to the gasoline. The early models had no fuel gauge -- you got a dip stick you put into the gas tank. Now, they ...
... two completly different places. You would not know this today. Tomorrow we are going back to that area to see a museum and pieces of the wall etc.
We ate dinner late which was good because it kept us all up. Upon returning to our room at about 11pm we all went to bed and had a fairly good night sleep. Of course I was up at about 6am which is why I was able to get this first post in.
We hope to have a post each day and the kids to contribute as well.
... bunker was destroyed by the Soviets and covered with ugly apartments. We also went to a memorial for murdered Jews. It was a series of cement blocks slowly getting higher towards the middle and receding down again on all sides. There are no flat areas to walk as you make your way around. It has been left up to each individual for interpreting; I think it is a symbol of the rough road Jews have had throughout time reaching its height in the middle representing the tall blocks ...