Rheinsberg Am See Hotel
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... part of western berlin, the Berlin Cathedral and under many old and established bridges, each with their own war time history and events.
Once back, we walked to the Victory Column and through a little more of the Tiergarten, then along the bank of the Spree til we got back to Potzdamer Platz. Here we enjoyed a late lunch at the House of 100 Beers before heading past the now Finance Ministry Building (which ...
Before hitting up the Hofbrau Munchen brewery last night , me and the Spring Chicken had quite the day. We woke up at around 8am and were on the road by 8:30.
Germany is a very active country. I have never seen so many people ride their bikes to work or even to get around for that matter. If you happen to be walking in the bike path by accident, which I was ...
... 3 in 3D which was great. After the movie I went back to the hostel and straight into bed.
The next morning I went on a tour to a concentration camp (Sachenhousen). The concentration camp was a pretty sad tour as the concentration camp was like an industrial killing factory. The tour went for about 6hrs.
After the tour I went on a mission to find a hairdresser to get a hair cut (which was a rip off - 29 Euros...but better ...
Llegada a Berlin: JK137 ECIYG
En el centro de la ciudad está el aeropuerto abandonado de Tempelhof, ahora es un gran parque en el que han conservado las pistas. El edificio terminal estaba en obras y no se podía entrar, pero si se podía pasear por las pistas.
Para visitar el Reichstag hay que pedir cita por internet. La visita fue guiada ...
... including an Ambulance station.
The unexpected treasure of Nuremberg was the National Museum. The Museum was massive and we got lost more than once. We couldn’t remember where we had and hadn’t walked and we found a very eclectic mix of items on display. From traditional beer steins to old pianos. From religious works of art to medieval money. From suits of armour to hunting sleighs. This museum had it all and it was ...