Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... around on my first day I was amazed by how many tree lined boulevards, parks and museums there were. The Spree River runs through the historic city center and you’ll find people sun bathing along the river’s banks while slow moving boats ply back and forth. Some of the highlights of my roaming included: the Reichstag and Brandenburger Tor which are two of Germany’s more iconic structures; the Holocaust and Russian soldiers memorials, two ...
... a quick perfect pastry breakfast, and walked to the Brandenburg Gate. According to my google maps, it was 2.5 kilometers; it took an hour to get there, so I think it was actually way more. It was fun, though, because through my Triposo app, I could identify every famous structure along the way.
When we got to the gate, we were flooded by people advertising their companies' tour buses. It actually made a lot of sense for us to take a tour since ...
... Our spot at 40k's was in the shade and chilly so we moved into the sun and watched them run past to the sounds of horns from one of the many on track bands we found. We then had to walk back to the motel and wait for our runners to return. The kids made the most of the pool while I tried begrudgingly to pack. With our runners back and a little debate we took a taxi to Mauerpark. A huge open space with market on one side and Berlin Wall on ...
... and would serve its purpose.
Hunger as it often has done on this trip lured us out of the apartment and into the neighborhood for a look around. We went in the direction of the U stop as we had seen a number of viable options to satisfy our hunger there. We ended up at small place serving sausages and gourmet burgers. Tom had a sausage of one type of another and I had an interesting burger with a blue cheese type cheese and an interesting sauce. We both ...
... wants to swap Russian for English.
We met up at the biggest bookshop in Berlin and went for a stroll past the Reichstag... Russians like to remember past victories... especially over the Germans. After some initial small talk in English we switched to Russian.
I thought that her English would be much better than my Russian but I'm not sure now. Perhaps it's my accent that makes it difficult... although ...
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