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... plans for the new Berlin Palace, where we had an aerial view of the construction site. Building began last year and it is due to be completed in 2019 at a cost of over 600 million euros. Lots of interactive displays including an amazingly accurate computer program (see pictures).
Had a quick sit down for hot chocolate and cake before walking to the Spittelmarkt area, passing the Rathaus. Checked into our next hotel, near Checkpoint Charlie, as the cost ...
... being home and in our own country; being away makes you appreciate what you have. But, Europe is totally awesome! We got to see so much, but also so very little of each place we stayed, that it seems like it flew by and we missed a ton. Our last act of honeymoon remembrance: there is a little spot on the campsite where people are leaving books (all in German), we signed our travel books "Clay & Leah's Honeymoon July 2013" and put them at the back of the shelf. Maybe one day ...
... Battle of Berlin.
- Watched the sun set from the 368-metre-tall Fernsehturm (or 'TV Tower'), a GDR-built monument from the 60s that looks remarkably like Sputnik on a stick.
- Wondered why Berlin has better doner kebabs than Istanbul.
- Boarded my night train to Stockholm (after significant delays), and came to the sad realization that I am going to miss Berlin and the people in it, but I am really, really, really going to miss Berlin's doner kebabs. I should have packed ten with ...
Unfortunately I haven't gotten 'round to doing some more entries for ages, which is really unfortunate 'cause I really enjoy doing that, but it takes sooo much time to come up with stuff that might actually interests people. So, to sum up the last few months of my stay in New Zealand I will upload a little "Best Of" in pictures, captions included.
Enjoy and if you have any qustions, feel free to ask!
I hope I have more endurance with my next travel project ...
... two were reserved but one person hadn't caught the train and the other wasn’t getting on until Dresden. We followed a river from leaving Prague for many, many miles and periodically one could see a dusting of snow on the hill tops but no more. The ground appeared very wet and muddy with many fields waterlogged.
On arriving at Berlin we caught the airport TXL bus outside the station for two stops, walked for three ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed