Hotel Am Savignyplatz
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... shower, recharge our batteries, etc.. Later in the night a few people decided to have a quiet night in (boooooring..) while the rest of us headed to a place which brought me some memories. We went to a place called Hofbräu which is the name of the bavarian beer which i primarily drank at Oktoberfest in Munich. Inside, the place looked exactly like what i experienced in Munich (except of course this place was indoors and it wasnt really October anymore). Anyways, ...
... Berlin thing…they have bright blue and pink pipes everywhere on the streets). It’s not a view I’ll forget in a hurry!
After that, we drove for about an hour and a half to the east of Berlin to the stunning Potsdam Palace. It reminded me a lot of Versailles, but the gardens here were much more beautiful. For one, you could actually see all of the gardens!! Benji, Olaf’s dog, had lots of fun sniffing everything and even went for a little swim in the ...
... Next, we visited the Holocaust Memorial again, as Nana left the tour early yesterday and hadn't seen it. On our way back to the hotel, we found a delightful Italian restaurant with outdoor tables and we dined on delicious pizza and home made pasta. The weather was lovely and we relaxed and rested our weary feet. This was one of our warmest days so far-78 degrees. As we neared the hotel, we noticed that the Catholic church, St. Hedwigs ...
We chose the
next destination from our Camperstop book on the basis it was
close(ish) to the centre of Berlin and for a city site seemed to be
The drive here
was a little more interesting than the previous drive but nothing
major to report, our SatNav, thought it would be best to drive
through the Center of Berlin which seemed to have traffic lights
... was a 4 min walk to the main shopping road! Although not very close to the city centre. We had a little rest and were off shopping at about 2pm! Berlin was a bit less traditional and a bit more western, Australian like. Lots of clothes stores, a few fast food places we knew of and good sized super markets. We explored the super markets, looked through the clothes stores and had such a fun afternoon! We found ...