DORMERO Hotel Brandenburger Hof Berlin
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... except that the weather was not actually very inhibitive. The sky was gray and it was a little gusty, but it was nothing like Hamburg's rain and wind combination of yesterday even before all the trains were cancelled. It began to seem like Europe (or at least Germany) had either conspired to exaggerate this supposed storm so everyone could spend the day inside, or Germany just really did go into full-on lock down at the slightest sign of a weather change.
We left Cochem after saying goodbye to everyone we had met. It was a nice day, and we enjoyed the walk to the train station, passing Leopold, the towns pet swan, beside his green bucket labelled 'my name is Leopold. I am very happy' he did look pretty pleased with himself, sitting down and having a drink of water and occasionally hissing at some random passer by that he did not like the look of. The train ride was ...
... Gallery (the remaining part of the Berlin Wall which has been turned into a canvas for street artists), the Holocaust Memorial (a huge square filled with concrete blocks of different sizes and shapes), Checkpoint Charlie (where authorised people could cross between the east and west), Alexanderplatz (where the massive tower with the ball on the top sits), and the Brandenburg Gate (the former city gate). We will get ...
... in London. Pieter found one nearby called the Blue Nile. When we arrived there it looked like a typical Ethiopian restaurant. Inside was a bit rough but decorated with lots of Ethiopian things. The guy there was very friendly. We were glad to find a menu in english. We chose a set menu for two and it was close to what we expected and delicious. A little less spicy which suited Pieter but not Raewyn. Pieter ordered honey wine, a specialty of ...
... and it now stopped again. Our ever helpful commentary pointed out that the bus would stop for the Cecilienhof shortly, which was good. And then the bus drove on and on and on, and it dawned on us that we had missed the Cecilienhof stop. The bus had got ahead of the tape, and had therefore entirely tricked us. The next stop wasn't for ages, and the bus timetable meant that was no way we could get back to the Cecilienhof and walk around it before we would ...