Hotel Berlin Markischer Hof am Tacheles
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Day 1 had us leaving Prague at 8.30am and arriving in Berlin at close to 2pm Again this journey was slightly marred by and accident involving a pedestrian and a train, thankfully on the other tracks but made for a sad start. With the amount of emergency services we only hope for the best. Once underway the weather played along and gave us clear weather and great views of the the Czech ...
... restaurants and tourist sites. The division has been erased accept for the change in the sidewalk brick that marks the new bricks laid after the fall in 1989. The Check Point Charlie Museum is an interesting array of pictures and stories of people who tried or who were successful in escaping over the wall via balloons, tunnels, homemade SCUBA, hidden compartments in vehicles and hollowed out welding machines. There are ...
... covered with a roof of glass for protection against the elements.
This is an "island" containing five major musuems and near the Berlin Cathedral.
THE PERGAMON MUSEUM
Located on Berlin's Museum Island, the Pergamon Museum is divided into three ...
... the city which was cool! Learnt all the history of what it was like and how the wall fell. I'm off to Dusseldorf tomorrow to check out the old town, which dad hasn't stopped talking about since he went there. So it better be good. Sooo expensive I ended up booking a hotel because it wasn't much more than a hostel. Bussing it there early tomorrow so not a big last night for me :(. Don't have many photos of Berlin because there was nothing worth taking photos of except the wall ...
... 8217;s apartment being enlightened but exhausted. Our little whirlwind tour required far more energy (physically and mentally) than we were used to giving to one place. Our dinner, wine, stories and laughs that night were the perfect end to our day.
On our last day we explored the monuments and tributes to the second world war, which otherwise we were unaware of. Our efforts to find a quintessential German lunch lead us to a cheap (and slightly ...