Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... gate which has a deep history through the many significant periods of Berlin's recent history. We then walked through the Tiergarten to the Reichstag, the home to German Politics. From here it was to the very humbling Holocaust Memorial where we payed respect the the millions of people who lost their lives during those dark days. It consists of 2,711 concrete slabs and is very much up to the individual to draw your own meaning from the design. As with our last ...
... head to Bree’s parent’s room to see what the plan would be for the evening the bells started tolling very regularly and in a repeating pattern. Finding this a little odd we headed to their room and sure enough we discovered what was going on. Denny and Candy had a wonderful corner room with a big bay window facing the cathedral and so it turned out that they had a front row seat for a special event that took place once a week…bell practice. It turns out ...
... out in search of the East Side Gallery.
Arriving at the nearby metro station I was approached by a young man who asked if I wanted a day ticket for the metro. A little confused as to what business it was of his, I informed him I was just getting a single ticket. He showed me a day pass he already had and offered it to me. So I told him I'd take it... until he asked me for 4 Euros in return. And thus started my journey.
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... the Brandenburg Gate of Berlin. There was a parade for the German Soccer Team that won the FIFA World Cup, the day before we arrived. They came through this gate during the parade. A banner can be seen in some of the pictures for the Return Home Parade for FIFA World Soccer Champs, Berlin.
We went to the ...
... wrong side of the road and, yet again, numerous bicycles moving hither and thither. To add to this, after the day of bad weather in Amsterdam, the weather was glorious and is forecast to remain so for the next few days.
Before we leave Harlingen, just a word about our drive here. 2 lane highway all the way but the last bit, about 10 kilometres was along the top of a dyke stretching between the Waddenzee and the Ijsselmeer. The wind was blowing directly off the North Sea ...