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... trains, I finally booked an overnight train which would take me a cool 12.5 hours. I wasn’t overly excited about spending that amount of time on a train, but hey, I don’t have to pay for accommodation for one night! I made my way down to the hostel bar in my pyjamas with absolutely no intention of leaving the hostel and going to bed after 2 beers. I was joined by Eric, a New Yorker, who had just arrived for a family ceremony (he was half German). We ended ...
... our next activity.
We decided to meet up with the other fragment of our group and visit the underground part of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. This part started of my chronologically detailing the events of the genocide of the National Socialist Party under Adolf Hitler. It seems that every time I set foot in a holocaust museum I learn some new atrocity that the Nazis committed. This time around, I learned that Hitler used vans as mobile gas ...
... highlights to write about so we will just give you, our reader, a heap of photos to help tell the story.
To finish our last day in Berlin, we decided to visit a small wine bar Muret la Barba at the end of our street. Nice night. Couple of antipasto plates and a nice white from Italy.
We were ready for another “pack” and a new adventure.
Until we get to Prague, auf wiedersehen
Jeff and ...
... man in front of us asked if there was a lift… he didn’t look the fittest. He retired after the first set (of 5) stairs. The views up top were magnificent and enabled us to justify sharing a traditional Belgium waffle with warm melted chocolate afterwards. (If you haven’t noticed, when Matt writes a section of the blog it often becomes more food focused!?). Our trip to Bruges was reaching an end as we then journeyed towards Antwerp.
We initially ...
... br> Sunday was a look at West Berlin, we were hoping to see the old church that was extensively bombed in the second World War and has been left as is to serve as a monument, however we were greeted by a giant aluminium shell around it, whilst it’s stabilised – come back in 2013 according to Wikipedia! Making our way back to the city centre via the Tiergarten was a decent walk, but well worth it. The park surrounds ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed