Motel One Berlin-Hauptbahnhof
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... view of the city. When we returned to the base of the dome, there was a detailed history in pictures of the Reichstag building with some very interesting pictures of the burned out shell that it became during WWII after being burned by the Nazi's. After our tour, we walked through the Tiergarten and took in the massive Fan Park set up for the World Cup. We took the opportunity to enjoy a quick currywurst and a Radler to fuel us for a couple ...
... in the middle of a hostel common room. With me feeding the Brit beer because both his hands were taken. This was bad enough. What made it worse was that we peaked to early. They delayed. And delayed. So for about three minutes we sat hand in hand. Everyone watching us, not the screen. Finally, they announced the winner and all three of us went up in a euphoric symphony. From there we found a group of Germans played some kings and headed out to find ...
... building of the Berlin wall, the Americans established three crossing points, A, B and C. They were called Checkpoint Alpha, Bravo and Charlie by the NATO forces. Checkpoint Charlie became the only crossing point by 1962. It was the location where the documents of visitors and diplomats were checked by East Germans before issuing visas. It was also the venue of a standoff between America and the Soviet Union with their tanks facing each other on either side of the checkpoint when ...
... Disney princess we look the most like... Annie: Alice (in Wonderland) Ari: Esmerelda Becca: Belle Arrived in Berlin & spent the evening in the common area of our hostel catching up on things (like this blog). Gonna make it an early night tonight ...
... and Museum Island. On the way, we purchased a welcome Berlin Card, similar to the one in Rotterdam. It gives free public transport and discounts for some attractions rather than free entry, for a cheaper price. Once we passed the university square and arrived before the grandeur of Berliner Dom Cathedral it was time to decide, what next?
DB Museum sounded like a good idea. Interactive the description read, engaging and fun. The more accurate ...