Juncker's Hotel Garni
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... went upstairs to bed.Tues 14/10
- I slept late and went to the grocery store again to get some food for the day.
- I walked to the East Side Gallery. It took ages! I didn't realise how far it was.
- There was a lot of graffiti all over the artwork which was quite sad. I can't remember seeing that when I was last there.
- Afterwards I sat in the park behind the wall and watched the rats foraging amongst the leaves while having a ...
... up to the Panoramapunkt for some excellent views of Berlin. Experimented with some more coffee variations, latte macchiatos etc, caught up on some more history of Berlin then headed back to Adina, quite tuckered from our day out.
That night we went out to an Italian restaurant with Pat and Dave, next to Emma’s in the same boulevard. Excellent food again. Too tuckered to hunt down the Casino, we trotted back ...
... an unsettling sinking feeling. Supposedly, the design is based on the Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague, but I don't really see it. Of course the museum underneath was closed on Mondays, so we will return tomorrow. Next we went to one of the most infamous points in the entire city. I say one because there are so many! It is completely unnoticeable to the typical tourist, and only a single sign in German gives a brief explanation. It is called the ...
... whole thing takes 3 hours and brings you the most luxurious cleansing experience you will ever have. Fantastic. We cycled and played cards...BBQed and shared stories of our travels and their travels... then they headed back home to start work. It was so special to see them and to be able to hug them!!
We enjoyed Germany for all its beauty and landscapes....beer and bratwurst....We finished our time in Berlin which was....somewhat wild and ...
I enjoyed the previous walking tour of the sites in Berlin so much that I was keen to do another. The Alternative walking tour takes you away from the monuments and museums and gives you a glimpse of cafes, street art, book stores, and 'beaches' that you would not normally get to as a tourist. Once again it is a donation based tour and our tour guide ...