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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... got coconut mango and Dad got nougat. Dad's was the best!
As we ate our ice-creams we walked to the Oberbaumbrücke (bridge) and looked over the Spree River. Apparently this used to be the divide between East and West Berlin and we saw a small part of the old Berlin Wall. Dad was fascinated but it just looked like an old graffiti wall to me.
After that we walked back home and got ready for bed. Luci took Mum and Dad to stay in Ari's studio and we all went to ...
... so we visited the Topography of Terrors which is a museum focused on WW2. We went for a walk afterwards around a few more landmarks (Jewish Memorial and Brandenburg Gate) and then headed back to the hostel early evening. Berlin itself felt quite draining, probably because we were concentrating so much after the calm of Munich(!), so we took a day trip which was intended to be chilled. We had the best intentions! We went to Wannsee (imagining a beautiful lake perhaps with somewhere ...
... No more travel mug for tea, half my oatmeal and granola bars are put to the side, and I lose the belt. Pack it again.
Still unsatisfied, I decided to leave it for the night.
I curled up next to Nick and watched him doze off in a matter of minutes. My tired body begged for any small amount of sleep, but my mind refused.
"Nick, are you awake?"
"Why? It's going to ...
... two eighty pound suitcases along with two shoulder bags from sea level up a switch back series of streets that every ten paces changes its name from saint to king to explorer. There is a slow high pitched squeak as one of the wheels on Jodie's suitcase cries out in protest like a whining toddler. A mental note is taken of the need for an application of olive oil. In what can only be described as an early Easter miracle, we find the front door of our rented apartment. We are greeted by ...