Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... where I got a nice mushroom and white wine fettuccine, which was delicious and left me feeling so full!! As it was starting to get dark, Lena wanted to go back to the gate to show me it during the dark as she said it would be very pretty. So we caught 2 different trains and managed to get back to Central station where we walked and went back to the gate. It was actually very pretty! We took many photos and had so much fun! And we then walked back towards Central station ...
It has been fantastic to be in Berlin for a few days. There is a plethora of top museums - largely centered around Museuminsel (Museum Island), adjacent to Mitte, which is where I stayed.
Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate) - built by King Frederick William II of Prussia, finished in 1791. On top is a chariot with 4 horses, being driven by Victoria, the Roman goddess of victory. It's probably the best known Berlin landmark, and its amazing that it was still ...
... endowed but apparently this was one of her dreams. When we arrived at the train station I walked over to my host's apartment and rang the bell. There was no response so I walked toward a cafe to try and get internet. I had no success and was walking past the apartment's entryway when a young woman waiting there asked if I was me. She showed me to ...
... one of my favourite places in Berlin. Although I still feel I haven't even explored the surface yet of Berlin. There are always so many new things that I hear about and great little suburbs that we discover. It is such a vibrant and interesting city. We both really love it here. We soon stumbled upon a vegan burger shop with peanut satay sauce and tofu paties. We stopped and bought a burger each. They were so yummy and even had beet root on them! The burgers ...
... so that blocks in the middle formed trenches. We arrived at the Brandenburg Gate from the side and it quickly become apparent that we had visited at a bad time. The following day was a bank holiday in Germany and there was the Coca Cola Festival of Happiness the next day. The whole of the Brandenburg Gate was surrounded by the main stage for the festival the next day, so we didn't get the greatest of views. Despite this, it was still an impressive sight. ...