Ibis Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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... people at the platform helped us. On arrival at Parliament, we felt like we got VIP treatment. We bypassed the queues, and were taken up to the restaurant in our own elevator! The breakfast selection was amazing. A great way to relax after the train dramas of the morning. Highlight of the day was posing infront of the big glass dome that's sits ontop of the Parliament building. Again, another 30min photo session due to people standing in the way. But also, we were trying to do ...
... equipment and looked around some. I then left, i returned to the station and got off at potsdamerplatz.
I walked around potsdamerplatz saw some of the old Berlin wall, then walked up the street to the Brandenburg gate. Here i meet up with mum and dad and then we joined the new Europe
Sanderman walking tour. Our guide told us about the Brandenburg gate and the east west divide, about the history of the area, then we left ...
... and that was full, so we were directed to another, near Potsdam, on the bank of a canal and much nicer. Passed "Checkpoint Bravo", the name given by the Allies to the Autobahn crossing between West Berlin and the German Democratic Republic. Booked into the camp for 3 nights while we "do" Berlin. Noted an odd shaped building in the camp, the base of which housed ...
... Mary 18 times in the grotto. Hard to say. I wasn't there. We read a brochure in France that claimed that the Pont-du-Gard in Remoulins was the most visited tourist attraction. NOT! We were there! It was DEAD compared to Lourdes!! Lourdes was unbelievable. People from all over the world come to Lourdes. Close to 5,000,000 people visit Lourdes...every year, rain or shine. There is something for everyone. Drink the grotto water. See the grotto. Get a ...
Mila and I travelled a long distance to the Sachsenhausen Concentration camp. We even bought train tickets to the camp and were told that it would be a 45min ride on the train. We arrived in some town and ran around like idiots asking people where the platform for the train to ...