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... that was taken by the FIFA World Cup champians during a welcome home parade. The streets were filled with people.
The picture of the building on the right is just another beautiful building filled with architectural design.
The Reichstag Building
This was once the headquarters of the SS. The building burned, and Hitler blamed it on the Communist. ...
... a child's shirt (because it fit better) for like 2€!! (WHAT A STEAL!) However, because it was a kid's tank, I ran out of free room to write on my shirt (think surface area people) so my arms were then used! I still haven't managed to rub all of the graffiti off!! Haha. But it was so worth it. We had a hoot!!
Tomorrow's our longest drive day yet as we travel all the way to Amsterdam. The hungover bus ride for everyone should be... ...
... Wide streets, good public transport, public squares for coffee and play areas for children. Lots of people on bicycles on the flat streets.....with so few cars in the city centre, being knocked over by a bicycle is a real possibility.
The Pergamon Museum has some outstanding pieces. The Altar of Pergamon is huge. It has been reconstructed after transport to Germany, then St Petersburg, then back to Germany. The Babylonian Ishtar Gate is a huge blue ...
... but I think it's really important to learn about our history.
We found a Vapianos for lunch - where else could we eat!? - and ate lots of pizza and pasta. Afterwards we walked around the streets for a while, looking at the very expensive shops and getting a feel for the area. We walked through the Brandenburg Gate towards Tierpark, and went to the Reichstag government building, although we didn't go inside. We also saw the German ...
... the definitely the best way to get around town. The train ride itself is really a nice way to travel- when they're on time, especially when you are meeting another train. Arrive Berlin big two days ahead. Reflecting on Amsterdam we thought we might skip some of the art galleries in future cities as at the end of the day we aren't really interested in it. Its nice to say that we've seen a Van Gogh collection but theres no point if you ...