Leonardo Royal Hotel Berlin
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Thursday 5th June
Out of the hotel by 7.30 to catch a bus for Berlin. For the next 11 hours we travelled east to Berlin via Leipzig, complete with 4 bus company operatives. Apparently it was its first run on this route & it was quite a journey, all done on autobahns except for about 20km. It was quite noticeable how run down …
... I am excited to checkout Tony Carter and Carters of Suffolk's range of tea pots when we have wifi next!
Our next stop was Stonehenge where we got our own audio guide and learnt of theories about Stonehenge's creation and purpose. The huge stone monuments were amazing to view and I struggled to comprehend how people were able to bring the stone in from far away places with no machinery to assist. It would have been interesting to see how Stonehenge ...
... of the Berlin Wall now being protected by a fence. He goes on to note humorously that the location of Hitler's bunker (which is now an empty park) is now surrounded by a gay bar, an Asian cafe, an African restaurant and is simply a location dogs come to ****.
The tour finishes within two hours, it's a great tour, the best I've done so far, I look around and see how many people are missing, of all the things to miss. We got to experience a walk through of the ...
... the railing back towards the ground level you could see the chamber of parliament seats thorough the glass domed chamber roof. Can't say I enjoyed that part... I get jelly legs and a bit dizzy at heights so left most of the peering over and photo taking to Ric. The one shot I took looking downwards, I just held my camera over the railing and clicked... I couldn't bear to look. Ha ha! Turned out to be a great shot too! Leaving the Reichstag, we walked through the ...
Back to Brandenburg Gates this morning to I get our transport/ museum entry cards. After a wander we discovered a fabulous food-hall with all the interesting food we'd been looking for (and wine). After a spot of lunch we ventured onto the trains to Spandau. Berlin trains are are revelation of efficiency, comprehensive coverage and calm. At Spandau we wandered through the village, visited St Nikolas's Church and then to the famous ...