Ibis Berlin Mitte
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... and I settled into our seats, coffees in hand, an announcement came over the tannoy concerning a bus. Assuming it was my rubbish German translation, I thought nothing more of it, even when the English version mentioned something about all passengers travelling to Germany needing to disembark at some place called Nyborg F.
I’ve paid for an Interrail ticket, I thought defiantly, since when did that include travelling on stinky buses?! Well, for today ...
... br> Today our train trip is around 6 hours. So whilst they technically take longer than a flight would, once you add in the check-in time, waiting for baggage and any delays due to bad weather, the time generally balances out. The trains are really comfortable and allow you to get to see the countries you are passing through.
The land scape is stunning, we pass small towns which have ...
... as fun, crowded, or well-maintained as the parks in London. The rose garden there was pretty, too, but the gardens in Wels were nicer. We went through the park, passing the Siegessäule in Große Stern (the victory column from Prussian victories from 1864-1872 - Nate dubbed it the Big Stick) and then following the path around the zoo. It was a beautiful path, and we could see some animals from the outside - flamingos, sandhill cranes, and a camel. That took us to ...
... The interior of the rotunda contains sculptures of gods of antiquity in the recesses of its walls. Two statues flank the wide outdoor steps. Entitled Amazon and Lion Fighter, they were designed by August Kiss and Albert Wolff. For more than a century, the Altes Museum was enjoyed by locals and visitors alike. However, as is true for much of Berlin, the museum did not survive World War II. Just prior to the end of the war, a tank truck exploded in front of the museum, destroying ...
... It was so lovely to see her again! We had a really great catch up. For Heidi's birthday she made her a beautiful scarf. It was such a nice colour and suited Heidi's complexion perfectly! It was a tael sort of colour with cream silk mixed in. Marc came later on with Henry from hiddensee and we all danced the night away, leaving Heidi's at about 5.30am. I was so mega suprised at the time. It flew by so quickly. A really marvellous night. Heidi loved ...