Rheinsberg Am See Hotel
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... German restaurant. Should be interesting as the whole city is preparing for the soccer game, it’s Germany vs USA. It’s going to be a loud night here!!!
We fly out tomorrow morning, to wonderful Poland. We are all looking forward to it. Especially the kids, they miss Babcia and Dziadziu.
Someone was in a good mood this morning!
... Berlin is famous for. So after having a bratwurst in the park we set off on a bus tour around Berlin in two hours we had been to all the sites and gained a good idea of the distances involved for sightseeing. Bike hire is very popular here and it seems to be the best form of travel as the distances are a too far for walking even the best of walkers like us!
Unfortunately day 2 I have a tummy bug and have spent the day in bed, not ...
... food en route! We managed it with only a few minutes to spare, and had a nice long journey back to Kristy's house (where I stayed the night before going straight to school!).
The trip was so much fun, and it was great to let our hair down and relax on the Saturday night! It really opened my eyes to more of the history of Germany and this amazing city, and I'm very much looking forward to bringing my family back one day to continue where I left off! :)
... flafel Dave and we spent the evening listening to some great music, drinking beer and free jack Daniels samples (gross but free) and having a dance on the dance floor. It was an excellent evening, filled with lots of laughter and happiness. On Sunday we planned to visit Brandenburg tor but we decided after a long sleep in, that I should probably prepare for my exam tomorrow at school instead. It was also really cold, and our apartment really warm, so we had an inside day and ...
... to the square playing host to all of this activity was the Brandenburg Gate. Built in the late 18th century, greatly damaged during World War II, and restored in 2000 to 2002 it has been a popular site for major historical events in Germany. The Gate's design is based upon the Propylaea, the gateway to the Acropolis in Athens, Greece.
A short walk away was the Reichstag. Originally built to house the Imperial Diet of the German Empire, ...