Hotel Pension Haubach Central
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... 8217;s wife, Nefertiti.
I followed the right arm of the river that separates museum island from the “mainland” back towards the hotel. This is the quietest part of Berlin I’ve seen so far. I passed a couple of lovely bridges - the Jungfern and the Gertraudten - before arriving at Leipzigerstrasse, turning right and following it to the supermarket. Bought some more of those delicious little chicken rissoles, some leberkase and cheese slices then headed ...
... by a few metres, and where a lot of people lost their lives. By the end of the tour not only was my brain aching but my feet were also very painful. I'd stupidly decided that it would be a grand idea to where my brand new flip flops to trek across a city for hours on end and as you can well imagine, this was not the best idea I've ever had! When we'd finished the tour we took a short break in a park where a random guy decided to serenade us by paying Oasis on his guitar ...
... tourists were everywhere the whole city was in party mode. The funny part was that we walked through the
Brandenburg Gate with all the other Crouts.
We finished the day off with drinks and cold meat and salad for tea,
what a great day.
Saturday up and off at the usual
time and it was decided to do a river cruise on the River Spree this was okay,
but took us to sites we had already seen, with a ...
... here in Berlin were wearing the same jerseys, but the difference was theirs had a little Adidas logo on it and in stores was retailing for the equivalent of $120 CDN each! In the first couple weeks in Berlin we witnessed 3 German matches leading up to the finals, the wildest a 7-1 win semi final win (unheard of for soccer) over the host Brazilians in the semi finals. The atmosphere was fun, people were excited, and it helped that the Germans made it to ...
... and German beer at an Irish pub. We eventually worked out the tipping system. around 2pm Peter O'Brien and I sat at a footpath table and watched the people go past as we had another beer waiting for our hotel rooms to be ready at 3pm. Eventually we all made it to our rooms and some rest. Dinner was At 6pm and I slept through it, but Haminder bullied the staff into finding me a basic meal of chicken. I slept very soundly and woke ready for the new day and a visit to a concentration ...