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... the GDR had a completely artificial economy running (or rather, limping) on outdated industries. In the reunified country, the buildings these industries had occupied were quickly put to use for suitable purposes, such as living space.
One of the delights of a visit to Berlin is going to any of its many coffee places, where the cities young and hip gather to socialize, work or simply enjoy an artisanal cup of coffee with so many ...
... bikes which were all named - I ended up getting 'Willis Reed' (no idea who that was until I googled him) and Marc got 'Eric Clapton'.
The weather was great! Warm with a nice breeze that was very refreshing. The tour went for almost 5 hours so we got to see many popular sites such as Brandenburg gate, Hitler’s Bunker (which is now a car park), a part of the Berlin Wall that is still standing (for some reason thought it would be higher), ...
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Hello my dear friends,
It’s a lovely day in Berlin, the sun is shining and it’s a nice sightseeing temperature, around 20C or so. This morning, I went on a walking tour of Berlin with Insider Tours. It was a four-hour walk through former East Berlin; most of the story of Berlin is on the east side. We had an incredible guide, Tarek, who is doing an MA in architectural history, and is ...
... We then took another train to the Brandenburg Gate. This is my favourite part of the city. It is also very close to the reichstarg which is the German parliament - which I learned is the most visited parliament building in the world!! There's one for you trivia buffs. I love the imperious grandeur of the Brandenburg Gate and how it provides an unequivocal and immediate symbol of Berlin. Next to the Gate is the most expensive hotel in Berlin. ...
Sunday 20th October
Today we planned to start a little earlier to avoid some of the crowds. We left just after 9 and hopped onto a train this time heading to Alexanderplatz station. The trains here are so fast and efficient. The train was very crowed so holding on was a must so that we didn't fall on top of people as the train sped up. A short walk and we had arrived at our first stop the TV tower. We bought our tickets to go up to the ...