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... the Reischtag Parliament building. It was GORGEOUS! The building looked so brand new! We tried to go in, but then we came to find out that you had to make reservations in advance. It is entirely free! So we made reservations to return our last day in Berlin. From here we could walk to the Brandenburger Tor. It was a breathtaking view! Once again, there was so much construction that it really took a way from being able to take good pictures. Afterwards, we walked up ...
... the paintings for his 'picture room', he sent out a directive that he wanted no '.....dog's paw paintings of martyrs' - good for him, I reckon.) The gardens of the estate, dripping with autumn colours, were absolutely beautiful.
We had the DDR museum recommended to us by Bruce and Linda, so we made a beeline for it on Saturday morning. This place records all aspects of life during the Cold War period of East Berlin - incredibly ...
... the few people we missed goodbye, we waddled off with our heavy bags to the bus stop, so that we could try and change our train. After the train assistant agreed with me our train was cancelled and quite a long awkward silence and a few 'so what now' looks from both Stuart and I she got us on another train, however this one was no longer direct and we had to make 3 changes. We caught a 3 hour train from Berlin to Hamm and then a 25 minute train from Hamm ...
... my heart.
It's no point splitting up the days in Berlin because they seamlessly rolled into one another with the all-day-all-night routine that we had. Regardless, Satur"day" was a day committed to getting a feel for the arts and culture scene in Berlin. We biked through the locality north of Kreuzberg - Friedrichshain - and visited a thrift store before getting to Projekt Gallerie - a pop up shop for Berlin Fashion Week featuring local Berlin designers. ...
... hop on & off wherever you like) the next day a lifestyle tour of Berlin. Today we do the historical tour where we see:
- the TV tower
- the museums
- the Berlin Wall
- check point Charlie
- Brandenburger Tor
- Tier Garden
- Siegessäule (Großer stern) = column of victory with the Germanic goddess of victory on top
- KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westen), means shopping centre of the west. A shopping centre in east Berlin where you could get things from the ...