Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... of course, considering all the Amsterdam locals found it so entertaining that we were staying there. So we made it to central station but missed our train by 3 minutes. Luckily, lidl had it covered. We had bought so much good Becky was making sandwiches on the platform, ready for whenever she got hungry. We got on the train at 3 and realised everyone had pre-booked seats... We met some English fellow travellers and ...
For the past couple of days Paul and I have ben running around organising things for our visas and it has paid off yay! Well for half of us. First thing we needed to do was register our address which we did Monday. We had a little meeting, entered our details into the system and registered for our tax numbers. They will be arriving in the post next week. The lady at the registry was really nice, however Maeve me a little ...
... buildings are not in sync with what's in front or labelled with what l want to identify. We do see the extent to which Berlin spreads out though.
The afternoon objective is the Brandenberg Gate but guess who wrecks that plan too? Major subway stations are either closed completely or largely shut down and crawling with police. We get as far as Potsdamer Platz and it's shopping arcade. We lap up the cooler surroundings with a ...
... very education and very detailed. We walked around Berlin from 12:30 to 9:00. Our tour guide took us to many WWII site still remaining, and some sites no longer existing in the city. We started in a square where Nazis would have several if their propaganda rallies. From there we wandered to a couple of non-WWII sites, but significant to the cities history. Our next stopping point was Checkpoint Charlie and the Berlin Wall. Both came about following WWII as the communist way ...
... accidently went into the boys bathroom even though Alli had warned me about it. Then we headed to Siegessäule (Victory Column) which is in the middle of the Tiergarten, the Central Park of Berlin. We climbed 270 steps to get to the top and it was so exhausting. The ledge at the top was so narrow people could barely squeeze by each other. Holly and Tracy didn’t last very long up there but Alli and I managed to stay and take in the view and ...