HSH Hotel Apartments Wilmersdorf
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... in a way that's reminiscent of childhood summer vacations or Downton Abbey's amusing "what is a weekend?" moment but it is slowly driving me crazy. I can't wait to get to Copenhagen (though I'm less-than-excited about the 7-hour train ride there tonight)! When I was there last summer, I definitely saw plenty of people biking (and was, at the time, surprised by how many did) but hadn't considered the possibility of urban cycling myself. It wasn't until I ...
... drive along the Rhine River, and then joined the Autobahn around Mannheim. As we were driving towards Crailsheim, we suddenly noticed a couple of Concorde Jets which were parked on a roof. What was this? Where were we? Sinsheim?? Hmmm, must look this up later when we aren’t driving.
So we arrived in Crailsheim and had a great catch up with Christine and Lena, who is going into a delightful little Minx! Christine was telling us about a ...
... to walk around. I got a gelato, walked around and then meet the bus to be picked up and taken back to the hotel.
At the hotel i downloaded and sorted pictures, got ready for the night and then next day, then it was time to get back on the coach and we went to Alexanderplatz where we had dinner at the Berlin hofbrauhaus. Here we had some good German food and beer before getting back on the coach and starting the Berlin wall memorial tour and ispy tour. We meet a local guide ...
... and had a rather cute young lady climb up on my shoulders and do a handstand.
On our final day in Berlin we did a Street art tour and workshop, which we both loved. It was something a little different than what we have been doing. We were shown a heap of different street art sights, nothing like Banksy's but massive murals on the sides of buildings. The guy who took the tour was a different cat but was right ...
... in the 1930's and their work, art and architecture can now be found across the globe.
We stopped in a smart, trendy neighborhood for some lunch at a Korean restaurant. Delicious spicy food and a glass of local cola refreshed us before we continued onwards. We saw the memorial to the Murdered Jews - it was a strange and huge place that takes up a whole block of space next to the US embassy. The memorial consists of a grid filled in with massive concrete stele. ...