Mercure Hotel Berlin City
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... the beautiful buildings seen in Amsterdam, then forests which look like those pictured in fairy tale stories. The trees are tall and get thicker in number the further from the railway line they are. They are sparse at the trunk and then branch out into layers of pines. The sun which is only just rising (despite being 10am) is shining through creating different patterns of light.
Arrived in London a few minutes early, amazing how on schedule they can be after flying for 10 1/2 hours. I guess they have done this a few times. Heathrow's terminal 5 is huge and they do not post which gate your plane is leaving from until 1 hour before I had a window seat on the flight to Berlin and it was the first time there weren't any ...
... the blog on a daily basis here since our days are not going to jam-packed.
Our impressions of Berlin so far is that it's a very "artsy" city and many of the people who live here are young. There are a lot of smokers, which definitely isn't fun for us. We find the city to be quite walkable and there are tons of cyclists. English is widely spoken, even though of course, German is the main language. It's also funny to us that here, ...
... of a gloom carried throughout.
On our way back we found the gloom was lifted somewhat by the random musician breaking out into music in hopes of money. Guitars were played as well as an accordion which did much dancing along with their own tunes. Katie and I, being who we are, got utterly confused on our way back to our hostel and spent an extra hour/hour an a half finding our way back. Never in my life have I seen two people with maps mind you, so completely incapable ...
... and laundry storage. After reunification the house was made a museum and gallery for minimalist art. The exhibition when we visited was a collection of 20th century minimalist art on the theme of grey. There was a superb piece by Josef Albers.
We went back to the tram stop and had coffee with the workmen and locals at the bakery and coffee shop. Our various excursions to the suburbs, mostly to look at architecture, have been some of ...