Fjord Hotel Berlin
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... indeed. We just returned from an unbelievably fun three day Doors revival music festival near Magdeburg on Sunday. We went with our friends Mark, Heidi and Carmen and together the six of us hired a van for the trip. The festival was quite small at about 300 people and held in a lovely piece of forest with a lake near by. Each day the music would start mid afternoon before finishing at midnight, usually with several bands playing together on stage by the end. ...
... An amazing concert, incredibly hot venue 300 people packed into the tiniest space needless to say we were absolutely drenched when we came out! In the morning we packed our bags then headed to the Airport on the underground which was so quick and we had the most amazing airport food for breakfast being fresh muesli and yoghurt ( breakfasts do not exist in Europe) - next stop Ireland!Hope everyone is well and surviving winter - still averaging 30 degrees over here!Lots of love ...
... rich german that now lives on the top floor.
After the artgallery we got shouted tickets to the Bundestag (German Parliament) where we got another tour and explanations how it all worked.
I got to say it was all pretty impressive.
From there we got rewarded with a beautiful dinner at Max & Moritz.
All in all it was a fabulous day but full on.
... in English and German. Tired from a long day of information Nathan and I enjoyed a bear in the evening.
We awoke even earlier sunday morning in order to head to the Berlin Zoo Train Station stop to meet our tour guide. We we´re taking a Third Reich Tour of Berlin to learn a bit more of the cities darker history. Our tour guide, Mort, was a retired dentist and author. Being an American Jew living in Berlin and having been married to both an East and West German in the past, he ...