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... traffic fighting its way through hoards of tourists and souveneir vendors - it is a nightmare of a different era now. I get a postcard (rather than my passport) stamped here for the hell of it - I am of course one of the milling hoards feeding off the misery of the original purpose of this crossing point. We travel along Unter den Linden Boulevard - a broad tree lined avenue leading to the victory column - ...
... painted by some truly talented artists. This is probably the best modern art "museum" I ever been to. You know me, I hate modern art. Let me rephrase that. I ******* hate modern art! It's, for the most part, pretentious ****. But East Side Gallery is truly a work of modern art worth your time. However, on the other side of the wall, just your typical graffiti. That and a beach and tiki bar along the Spree River. Why not?
That night, ...
... called Stalinallee, which has quite the history. Tom pointed out the red-brick building we had seen near Alexanderplatz the night before, saying it was the Town Hall. There were also strange pink tubes all over the city. We also caught a glimpse of the Berliner Dom down the River Spree.
The bus stopped for a while in front of the Gendarmenmarkt – a beautiful plaza with a theatre situated between two churches. A statue ...
... KC's apartment, had a shower, and we headed out again to see Alexanderplatz (the main square/plaza in Berlin, with the World Clock- apparently famous??!). After walking around a bit, we had dinner at a cosy brauhaus- really excellent beer and food (with token British stags party with custom made t-shirts). I had pork steaks on a bed of grilled peppers and fried potatoes, so good. Beer is really cheap here- 500ml of good german pils in a ...
... river life... Fabulous city too! Probably the cleanest city I've yet seen in Europe and so interesting! I came here hoping to have plenty of history to discover... And it's everywhere. I started at Checkpoint Charlie and went to the Museum next to it which is basically all about the division of Berlin and all the different methods people used to try and escape. It was incredible the imagination and determination people had, escaping by ...
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