Comfort Hotel Weissensee
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... night, everyone was just so happy.
When we got to the Brandenburg gate there were plenty of flares and fireworks going off. I lost my group for a second time because I was too busy talking to people again. I didn’t want the night to end though, the ecstasy was still quite high and there were so many people I hadn’t given a hug yet. People slowly started clearing out of the Brandenburg gate area and headed either home or to the clubs, although there ...
... a name I call myself, far, a long-long way to ruuuuunnnnn"....sing with me.
Eventually our adventures had to come to an end. It was Jaq who left first to return home to her bubbas and husband, then a few days later it was Toby and Alyce who had run out of annual leave. That left mum and I. We popped over to France for a visit to Strasbourg and a drive along the route de vins before we parted ways in Frankfurt. I wasn't yet quite done...
... to the famous Brandenburg Gate (of Brandenburg Tor). While wonderfully maintained, it's hard to imagine the amount of history associated with this monument (from Napoleon to being a demarcation point between east and west Berlin). The makes the several 'cosplayers' we observed (bear costumes, several different military uniforms, even 80's youth) entertaining and taking pictures with the assembled crowd somewhat comical. We also stopped ...
... of the wall and saw the artwork and the signs. Some of the murals were awesome and colorful while others were subdued and told more of a sad story. We spent a while walking along the wall, taking the time to stop when something seemed stopping for. By the time we had made it along the whole wall the rain had stopped.
We crossed a neat bridge on our way to see the East side downtown. We saw a lot of buildings and they are all starting to blend ...
... Also everywhere are construction cranes, the sign off all the changes occurring in this city. A prominent landmark is the Berlin TV Tower which is in the centre of historical Berlin at the Alexanderplatz train and underground station. It has an observation floor, a rotating restaurant and the highest bar in Berlin. Another landmark visible from almost everywhere is the very large Berlin Cathedral situated on the banks of the river Spree and I add it to my list of ...