Hotel Am Savignyplatz
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... divided and brutally repressed in East Germany. 13th October We spent two hours on our first day on a fascinating free (donation) walking tour which took us to quite a few of the key monuments, buildings and relics that have played a role in 20th century history. The Brandenburg gate, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Hitlers bunker, the Berlin Wall and checkpoint Charlie are just some of the places that we visited. Our Welsh guide who was passionate and had ...
... Germany by the 1,000's.
A few days later we drove up the various Autobahns making a visit to Berlin!
So that was then. Here we are again 25 years later in Berlin ......with our girls.
We arrived by Air Berlin and it was 35 degrees.
Arrived at our lovely large Apartment, dropped off our gear and got straight into the sightseeing.
We are only a few steps from the Underground and bus stops so with all these forms of transport ...
The past two days have been extremely hot. So we decided to take it easy and slow down so that we don't burn out. In the past two days the main activities included doing laundry, walking through museum island, and seeing Sachsenhausen (concentration camp).
According to our hostess, Berlin generally gets super hot for a week before getting chilly again. So i guess we came at a good time!.
Museum Island is ...
... him in February. Bicarb soda is becoming quite challenging for my to find over here. It I has three different names which I have written down somewhere. When I ask at the supermarket, they are all out. I guess being the Christmas season? Apparently it is not as common over here either. Nevertheless I will continue my search after Christmas. The harsh weather over here, well the cold and the wind, really hasn't being doing too many ...
... scale. The 3 hour walking tour was insightful, through it we visited many of the places of historical significance in central Berlin. Dennis and Kate readily mastered the S and U-bahns. If it had been left to me, we would still be wandering around looking for those tricky U- Bahn stations. Who would have thought they would have 2 completely separate light and heavy train systems! Perhaps my lack of understanding was a result of my post-riesling experiences, who can ...