Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... Berlin is called the Spree river and all along it are boats moored and apartments, with beautiful bridges stretching over intermittently. I was still thinking about where I could find a good cup of coffee when I looked up and whispered..."there it is, there it is, there it is" the Brandenburg Gate standing right in front of me in full view....tick! :):) we then walked through the gardens to have a look at the German Parliament and the offices of ...
... in East Berlin, but the tracks led to West Berlin in both directions. West Berlin trains needed to pass through this station to get to the other side, so armed guards would sit on the platform to make sure that no one got on or off the train. The guards themselves were in locked rooms to make sure that they didn't escape to the West.
The memorial itself had a ...
... went further away from the city, more and more soccer fans collected. They were all decked out in their teams clothing and color, openly drinking beer, and jovially chanting. The numbers and sheer enthusiasm increased as we got off the train and started walking toward the stadium. Before the game, we had to pick up our tickets from a nearby building, at points having to walk against the crowd to get there. The man holding the tickets gave us two passes ...
... in the middle of the River Spree home to Berlin's museums. The whole island is a world heritage site and you can see why. The buildings are huge and awesome old architecture! The Berliner Dom greets you as you walk down Unter den Linden. It is a huge cathedral and you can climb the 267 steps to the top if you want.... We passed on that and went straight to the Pergamon Museum. Not being massive museum people we picked the one that interested us most. Having said ...
Today was the day of the much anticipated Berlin Marathon and so Ben and Sarah were up and left early and Em and mum arrived around 7 at our apartment meant hotel from their traditional hotel just around the corner. We weren't meeting Sarah and Ben until the 14km mark at around 10.15am so we enjoyed some quiet time and tried our best,or I did, to motivate myself to preparing for leaving. We then walked to the 14 km mark, the wait was ...