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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... just over 2 hours to kill in Singapore so I got a foot massage and Oliver got a back massage, that he says was painful. The plane to Frankfurt was full and was going from Frankfurt to New York. Ugh. Wouldn't be doing that without a stopover! Took the magic pills Dr Fixler gave us and slept for about 6 hours - on and off. Not bad but not proper sleep - starting to feel it now. Food was better on this leg. Arrived in Frankfurt and collected our bags and checked in ...
... and a great view of the dome inside and out. So happy I that I was able to see this up close. Out to see the Olympic Stadium from the 1936 Olympics. After much controversy it was rejuvenated for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Even though I couldn't get into the stadium because of some event that night, it was quite impressive. The Nazis did everything on a big is better approach. Great day, perfect weather again. What more can one ask ...
... This is the place where only authorized personel could cross from East to West Berlin or vice versa. On the West side of Berlin, the Allied Forces (American, British, and French troops) set up shop, while the East side of Berlin was controlled by Russia. However, as I stated before, Russia's half of Berlin was extremely dangerous. While the checkpoint is a reconstruction of what use to be there during the period after World War II, it is exactly in the spot the real ...
... Allied Checkpoint is disappointing and touristy but the Holocaust memorial and the Berlin Wall section on Bernaur Str punches with the reality of what it must have been like.
Having been on border patrol and looked across at the opposite soldiers manning the border and towers, it feels bizarre to have free movement to a place which was once restricted and forbidden for many.
... I sat on the seats with my number for about 15 minutes whilst the lady completed her business. At least it wasn't any longer. My number was then called and I approached the counter. 'I would like to apply for a visa' I handed in my printed out form, my passport and my photos. 'You are Australian?' She asked. She then proceeded to tell me that because I have not been living in Berlin for longer than 1 year, that the online form was wrong and I had to complete a brand new form with ...