Grand City Hotel Berlin East
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... tour of Berlin. Our first stop was a beautiful cathedral where we not only got to go inside, but we climbed the stairs all the way to the top to get a great view of Berlin! It was breath taking! (And not just because we climbed up all those stairs!)
After that we walked through a street fair and then stopped for lunch for a classic German meal. It took us a few tries to find a place to eat because we were turned away by a mean lady at another restaurant who ...
So today is Nadzha's final oral test, then it's over! We organised to have breakfast with Philip so we went to GLS to use the net. We waited for a bit and then when he arrived we went to a cheap cafe around the corner. Nadzha was raving on about their ciabatta and coffee. I was skeptical at first but when we got there I was pretty happy. We caught up with Philip which was good. We then said our farewell and went to Sanna who was ...
... Bebelplatz ( site of the Nazi book burning).
Got off at the famous Brandenburger Tor in Pariser Platz. The Gate must be one of Berlin's best known symbols- and it is awe inspiring. The guide book describes it as "asserting itself against the hyper-modern buildings that now surround it". It is an impressive sight. The Gate has been a focal point in Berlin's history- and to walk through the majestic Doric columns is like being a part of history! Pariser ...
... guide was English, so that left 2. The Brazilians assured me there were South Africans and Italians floating around somewhere so went in search of them. At this point Will was getting kinda annoying, but I was mainly ignoring him. Met nationality number 9 here, some French Canadians, I explained my mission to them and they tried to fob me off with a "normal" Canadian maintaining they were a separate country, I was not to be fooled! Then we moved ...