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 …
... tourists were everywhere the whole city was in party mode. The funny part was that we walked through the
Brandenburg Gate with all the other Crouts.
We finished the day off with drinks and cold meat and salad for tea,
what a great day.
Saturday up and off at the usual
time and it was decided to do a river cruise on the River Spree this was okay,
but took us to sites we had already seen, with a ...
... before Isabell introduced us to the sport of handball as she took us to one of her former teams trainings. It was pretty intense!! Made me miss netball and sport in general….Isabell is in fact now the goalie coach and was giving them tips as we watched the team show off their skills. I didn't know this but they actually have to cover the ball in a tar-like substance so they can catch the ball in one hand.
That night we enjoyed a delicious meal ...
We started the day early with a 3hr walking tour of Berlin. Our guide was awesome and showed us around some of the key landmarks of the city. It was really interesting to learn more about the war and what went on in the places where we were standing. It also put into context why the city is the way it is today, with so much division and then reuniting. One of the things which stood out to me was his comment about the city being so quiet. I had noticed ...
... the wars much architecture characteristic of the period was built in the form of workers' housing for the rapidly increased population. It suffered as most German towns did during WW II. Only the railway workshops remain as significant employers of the old ...