ECONTEL HOTEL Berlin Charlottenburg
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... 252;rstendamm famous for its shopping and entertainment. Oh my Lord we are now on the High Speed train to Berlin, so far we have done speeds up to 229km/h, Phil is keeping a watchful eye on the speed to see if it goes any faster. Have a look it is official and we have the photo to prove it! It is going to take us around four hours to get from Cologne (Koln) to Berlin, how cool is that! The train is so smooth, we in Australia, are so ...
... of its past are a few sections of the Wall that once dominated the Platz, now on display beside its new U-Bahn station entrance.
Brandenburger Tor, known as the Brandenburg Gate, was inspired by Athen's Acropolis and this elegant arch was completed in 1791 as a royal city gate. It was in total disrepair at the time of Berlin's reunification, due ...
... stopped it after a spin as it was getting close to check out time and put it in the drier. Unfortunately, even with staying an extra half hour past check out the clothes still weren't dry and stayed a bit damp in our bags. After check out we caught a bus down to the East Side Gallery and wandered down both sides of the wall (1.3km) for a while. The art work wasn't quite as amazing as I had expected, as unfortunately a lot of it had been graffitied. There were some great ...
... I was keen to see the sights of Berlin, but I also wanted to see how I would fair on this Segway machine thing! When we arrived we each selected a helmet and had to fill in a liability disclaimer!! Afterwards, our guide introduced herself, her name was Mariette and she was originally from the Lake District in England, but has lived in Germany for the last seven years. Mariette then got on a Segway and showed up how it worked. In short, it is VERY sensitive ...
... junction with some even bigger buildings surrounding it. As we approached the Brandenburg Gate from the side, we walked through an art installation in memory of the Holocaust. It was a series of concrete blocks of different shapes and sizes, it looked almost like gravestones, but much bigger. When we got to the middle of it, it become apparent that the stones in the middle were actually much larger than those on the edge and that the ground had been ...