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October 17, 2013
We woke up "under the weather" today from our great time in the beer hall last night. It was not a very fun 6 hour train ride. We loaded up with food and Gatorades and settled in to our seats. It was very overcast and rained most of the trip but we did manage to get some great photos of the country side with all the autumn colors. When we finally arrived in Berlin it was windy, rainy and cold. We caught a cab and went straight to ...
... That felt about eerie just the place was huge and then some graves were taller than others. We were told that they didn't have any names on it because it would cause such a huge uproar amongst the people. The gate was also a pretty place. The parliament place required security check. I found it odd but not much different. I guess you can never presume that places will be safe. It´s weird though because here in Berlin or Germany there ...
... They got us there safely though, so I guess I can't complain. I stepped off the plane, and took my first steps onto Mainland Europe.
Everyone in Berlin speaks some degree of English, but as it was my first time in Germany I had a bit of a panic attack as I made my way to tourist information. I had no idea which train station was closest to Alexis and Paul's place, so I literally pointed at the centre of the map and said "This one." Luckily that station was ...
For our first weekend excursion we chose Berlin. We chose it for lots of reasons: to gain a basic understanding of recent German history (over the last 125 years), for its close proximity to Braunschweig (a 90 minute train ride), and to ease Monica's paranoia in wanting to locate the nearest U.S. embassy in case of any "international" incidents. :)
We arrived at our Berlin hotel ...
... and were on our way to see the greatness of Germany's capital. Running to the upper deck, we found some seats near at the front for the best view. That’s when it started to rain, and when it rains here, it pours. The tour progressed and we listened to the recorded voice give us the lay of the land. As we journeyed two and a half hours around town, the humidity in the cabin had fogged our windows and made it rather uncomfortable to sit. Not only that, another passenger whom ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed