Hotel Alt - Tegel
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... about it and before Nigel suggested going there, I thought it was in France! I wasn't expecting much from Bonn but it is actually a really nice city and I wished that we had more than an evening and a morning to explore it. There are some nice colourful classically European buildings and there is a really romantic feel to the place. Cycling appears to be very popular and there were lots of people cycling through the streets on old fashioned bikes with baskets on the front. I ...
... currywurst (sausage with ketchup, curry powder, and fries). I had my fries with mayo + ketchup and it made for a nice meal. I brought a poppy seed pastry I bought from the grocery store to snack on during the day and it was the perfect dessert!
Navigating was pretty lucky today. We wandered around back where we had our walking tour yesterday. There was a massive line to go see the Reichstag (Parliament). Tours and glass dome viewings can only be done ...
... did that the first half of the day. Our guide took us to the Berlin wall, checkpoint Charlie, and the spot where Hitler's bunker was. Later that night we went to the Christmas market down the street. There was about 100 vendors selling food, drinks, or handmade items. We had some good authentic bratwurst! The next day, nothing was open still so we just hung out at the hostel for a while. Later on we walked to the Berlin wall memorial where you could see the different stages and see ...
... see her. he was happy with her progress and asked the nurse to remove the canulae and we could go. He said to take telfast that it was ok. Mum and I got out, jumped in a taxi where he couldn't speak alot of English. I asked if he could take us fast to the airport, he didn't understand so then I said vita, vita? No he didn't understand, then I said Pronto, pronto, still didnt understand. Then I said Michael Schumacher, yes? Yes he said then I said ...
... ordered lines. The idea is that when you walk around you feel uneasy, confused and that there is order and hierarchy even though it goes against human nature. Pretty affective I would say. Next we headed down to postdamer platz and had some lunch. We both opted for the traditional Berlin dish, Kartoffeln Suppe gemüse und Bratwurst. Potato soup with vegetables and sausage) twas great. Here there is a small section of the Berlin wall, our first sight of it. ...