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... German style pub in Nikolei Quarter, an old Soviet Union district of the city. Before arriving in Berlin, I had been hoping to go to places whose menus were only in German but this proved to be near impossible, with restaurants often having them in a million different languages and speaking English.
Now, I learnt German at school and was hopeful that I might be able to speak it. Sadly, I failed miserably, the minute I said hello, anyone from waitresses to ...
... until the wall was built.
Checkpoint Charlie is not named after anyone, but is the third entrance into
East Germany, following Alpha and Bravo.
We then saw a bit of the wall, which ironically now has a fence around it to
protect it from graffiti and further destruction. We then went to the Jewish
memorial, which is a bit like a maze that changes levels and you could definitely get lost in. We saw Hitler’s
... building where Germany's politicians sit in leather chairs and make the crucial decisions on the country's behalf. A long queue had us take a few snaps before heading down the road to the Brandenburger Tor. A symbol of division during the Cold War the 1791 Brandenburg Gate was modelled on the Athens Acropolis and was used during the WW2 for parades of German troops. Nearby is the Holcaust Memorial which was opened in 2005. The memorial consists of 2711 ...
... toilet. You can while away the time waving to the tourists. Probably a significant church, but I think I missed the explanation. It now looks like some cult could make use of it. It has that look to it. We finished up with food. Vegetarian Vietnamese... Typical Berlin. Hearing how well some of the others speak their languages I might have to take some of mine off my badge next time. The bar has ...
... but still decent. It just didn’t have any tv’s or wifi on them, but for a three hour ride, I survived.
My bus arrived at Alexanderplatz in Berlin at about three o’clock and I found my hostel, Pangea People Hostel, without an issue. I checked in to my empty six person dorm and then got ready to head out. I got a message from my friend Paul asking if I was going to watch the Andy Murray vs. Rafael Nadal semifinal match in the French ...