Domus Hotel Berlin Ku'Damm
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... and sending this message is to prevent it from happening again. We had read that we should allow about two hours to walk through the entire museum, yet it took us almost three.
After touring the Documentation Center walked around the Rally Grounds. The main building, which is called Congress Hall, is the largest Nazi structure still standing today. Part of it has been incorporated into the building of the Documentation Center. We walked around in the middle of ...
... down to the Picadilly Line which according to Google Maps should drop us incredibly close to our hotel right in South Kensington. Unlike our first pass through London in July, this time around the underground didn’t feel like a sauna filled with hundreds of your newest and closest friends and overall it was a pretty easy first experience for my parents and brother as well. Once we made it to our stop at Earl’s Court we quickly followed signs for the WAY OUT ...
... of chocolate. Cute Next morning we packed up and made our way to the subway again. I understood Amsterdam and I guess it was Dan's turn to understand the transportation system. He got that down though. He got us all through the city for the rest of our stay. We actually found our campsite and set up the tent. We then decided to venture into the town to get some food from a grocery store. Every. Store. Was. Closed. Apparently everything closes on Sunday. Except Burger ...
... marching on, and we all started to run out of energy.
Dinner was sat outside in a small restaurant by the Jewish memorial.
We then walked to Potsdamer Platz U-bahn for our short journey back to the hotel.
Our kitchen now stocked ready for breakfast..reckon we'll sleep well tonight.
Showers and bed now.
Night night from Berlin.
... and everyone is as happy as Larry. By the way, does anyone know who Larry actually is? Good night . . .
Next stop was Magdaburg and getting quite close to Berlin. Campsite Ferienpark Plotsky was excellent again. Ze Germans certainly do 'clean' very well! This is another of those 'resort camp bordering a small lake'. Seems there's quite a lot of them around. This one even has a small zoo for the kids (llamas, goats, chickens etc) and plenty of rabbits everywhere. ...