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Today we headed out to a Flea market near the Tiergarden, where there was lots of **** for sale. We could have bought lots of sets of cutlery, doorknobs, a suit of armour and a saddle. Emma did buy some nice earrings though.
From here we went to Zoological Garden, the former departure point for long distance trains leaving West Berlin. We went into the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche which was bombed ...
... at home haha.
For dinner we went to a cool Italian place (carbs are seriously killing me…4kg in a month….yeah Croatia is going to be fun haha), then we went to a nice rooftop bar for more cocktails and to see the sun set over Berlin. People say that Berlin isn’t exactly the prettiest of places, but when the sun is setting over all the buildings, it is stunning.
The next day we stopped at East Side Gallery (finally, after driving past it ...
Today was our full day in Berlin so we decided to take a bus "hop-on, hop-off" tour. This suited us just fine because, after Italy the kids are over walking everywhere, we only have a short time here and it would take us too long to get around to all the major attractions.
With a tour like this, it's a lot more convenient, not ...
... 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 ...
... you personally.
We also saw parts of the old Berlin Wall. Inken explained that although the wall itself doesn't seem intimidating or in fact very impressive, it was the devices put in place around the wall that caused so many deaths. There was a large area of 'No Man's Land' separating the West and the East, and Soviet soldiers were instructed to kill all who tried to pass over the wall in either direction. These soldiers were stationed in ...