Mercure Berlin Tempelhof Airport
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... We continued to see the rest of the sights, and by the time we'd finished, it was becoming dark and we'd been out in the cold all day. So there was only one way to warm up, glühwien! It certainly did the trick! It wasn't long before we were back in the Irish bar, and then set off for a very nice restaurant just down the road. It is rare to find cod on the menu, so it was an opportunity that couldn't be missed! Afterwards, we retuned to Die Berliner Republik! We were served ...
... of town and some additional memorials and museums. On the way it began to rain (hard!) so we ducked into a chocolate shop that turned out to be the largest chocolatier in the world. They had the most amazing display pieces of chocolate carvings, often made out of solid chocolate and of course they were more than happy to accommodate a few more people while we waited for the rain to pass.
Luckily the storm blew over pretty quickly so ...
Today we got up early and we to to our last German bakery for breakfast. After, we left our hostel for the train station. The train ride to Prague was 5 and a half hours so most of our day was on the train. We arrived in Prague to the best welcome we have ever received. The man at reception told us to put down our bags, made us coffee, offered us ...
... much cheaper on the internet so we decided to buy it online instead. After a delicious kebab, well flafel for me, we caught the ubahn home. By this time it was 11pm and we pretty much went straight to bed. On Sunday we slept in again.. Bliss! We then made breakfast and sorted out some more of Specky's boxes. I was surprised to find books published in 1900, 1908, 1911 and 1916 on a topics ranging from botany, fairy tales, adventures books and I ...
... and its Death Strip. The wall running through the park is now covered in graffiti and its a great space for young people in the city. It's artistic and cultural and has so many things happening in it. It's also the space for protests and social movements.
I couldn't help buying a belt made from an old tyre from these lovely people who lived in an old DDR radio station in east Berlin. They made these belts and pieces of jewellery and other accessories for a living. We had a ...