Days Inn Berlin City South
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Guten Tag from Berlin!!!
It's so hard to cram all of the things I've seen in this amazing city into a one page entry, but I will try my hardest. Berlin is so rich in history as well as art and music. It’s an amazing and extremely busy city.
On the day we arrived I spent most of the afternoon figuring out how to get …
... art on the Berlin Wall. Some of it is original dating back to the end of the Cold War, but other parts have been refurbished by the artists over there years. Regardless, it is still amazing art that stretched for about a mile and a half. The final stop on the tour was the DDR Museum. Which is a museum of Germany post WWII. It goes over the Cold War period and how life was for Germans with the wall up. It was an interactive museum so it made it more ...
... excellent street performers as well. After walking a fair bit we made our way to the base of the London Eye where we had agreed to meet back up with my parents. Our plan was that if the line wasn’t too bad we would check out the incredible ferris wheel but if we had to wait more than a few minutes we would skip it. Well that was certainly na´ve of us! The line was over two and a half hours long when we arrived so we of course decided we could see London in other ...
... a bus was in place of it. We couldn't find the bus stop the guy told us, so we gave up and decided we'd attempt to walk - how far could it really be haha!! Before we headed on our way we came across another shop, bought a couple more things...then headed towards our hotel. We totally underestimated the distance to the hotel - all up we walked 11km today, and our feet were killing us again! Suckers for punishment I guess :-). But the one good thing, was we did come across a cool ...
... gefühlt. In order to stop people vandalising the memorial they have guards in disguise watching, so if you so much as stand on the slabs a scary German will shout at you! They also have a special chemical sprayed on the slabs which prevents graffiti from showing on the slabs. Now remember in my previous blog I wrote about the company that manufactured and sold Zyklon B to the Nazis? Well it turns out (major facepalm moment) after the memorial was built in 2005 it ...