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... museums too. Although most are closed on Monday. We have decided that walking tours are definitely the way to see a city. We also went to East side gallery which was amazing. It is the longest part of the Berlin Wall remaining and each panel is covered with art work. It was amazing. Berlin is so big, there is so much to see. Also the night life is meant to be amazing. You definitely need a couple of days to see the ...
... for a bit. As we were walking, Jason spotted Harley and Krystel, our Airbnb hosts from our week in Melbourne. We knew they would be in Berlin at the same time as us, but the chances of randomly finding them wandering the streets in a city with 3.5 million people were pretty slim. When we caught up and said hello, they were just as surprised as we were to actually run into each other here. With my new crazy dark hair colour, it also took them a second to recognize ...
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At this point, we were totally exhausted from all the walking so we caught the u-bahn back to the Circus. Time for a relaxing glass of wine before dinner. We ate at Sophieneck, a traditional pub not too far from the hotel. We all enjoyed our meals here, I had gammon steaks with vegetables, delicious, as we can’t get gammon steaks in Australia, but I had them often as a child growing up in the ...
... and a half and met at the bottom of the Berlin TV tower at 6 for dinner. The TV tower is very tall and has a observation deck and a revolving restaurant. The lift up to the top was very fast around 6 meters per second and we are quite high up. Sitting here at the table now looking at Berlin from the top of the TV tower about to have dinner. The lights of the city are so beautiful. It was a little odd on the way in. We all had to take our *********** because of security but ...
... We had booked a sleeper compartment for the trip in the hope of having a few hours sleep. The train was ok, a bit bumpy and a few interruptions, but it was ok. Much better than the sleeper busses I travelled in on my trip to India! We shared the compartment with 2 other at first and then halfway through the night were joined by another two others. It was quite small and a little awkward with the 6 of us, but it was only 11 hours and we slept for quite a bit, so it ...