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... gruelling. Our fast track train to Berlin was efficient and fast, travelling at over 250kmph. Looking out the window was pretty sickening at times, with trees and houses whizzing past. We both had our first lunch in the train, taking turns to visit the restaurant carriage. Our meals were tasty and the prices were pretty good! Getting into Berlin we couldn't find a tube map anywhere! The station was under ...
... of the Berlin Wall…the infamous Checkpoint Charlie. Located on the border between East and West Berlin at Friedrichstrasse, this checkpoint was the main access point for Allied personnel and Westerners to cross the border. Many attempts to smuggle Berliners across the border were made at this checkpoint….some succeeded and others failed.
After another day of sightseeing we did a small amount of shopping, ate some bretzels and drunk ...
... Amanda to go halves with me and we shared this slice of heaven together. It was a combination of white cake, jam, custard, cream, chocolate cake going sideways all covered in marzipan. Only the picture can truly describe it. Was so worth it.
We drove the last few hours into Berlin, and went straight into a driving tour. First stop was to a part of the Berlin wall which still stretches several km. It has be renovated and is now covered in mural and ...
... and the list goes on! It was incredible visiting this museum.... What you thought you knew whether through school or reading is just put into a better perspective and you really get a better understanding of what these people went through. Lunch today was the best doner kebab I think I have ever had. We didn't know this but Berlin has one of the largest Turskish populations outside of Turkey. No wonder the food was awesome! Something a bit different to the usual ...
... I’m not a
churchy type of person and usually don’t visit them when I travel. But this church has a tower I had to climb,
just to say I did. So using my
Copenhagen card to gain free admissions I climbed about a million steps which
reminded me of that damned apartment in Paris just to get to the part where I
could climb the stairs on the outside of the tower. I made it to the top, but my legs were weak