NH Berlin Alexanderplatz
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... others on the tour that are also with busabout. Nice couples not sure if we would see them again though. On the way back we stopped out front of the victory column which Hitler moved from its original spot. We then made our way to the now parliament building before biking off to the shop. On the way a lady got a stick in her tire so we had to wait for her flat to be fixed. The day was a really long day about 5 hours, but ...
... too expensive and complicated to deal with them. I visited the Archduke’s palace and the amazing vault there full of precious artefacts from the 15th century onwards - including jewellery, ivory sculptures, weapons and some amazing miniature work. They even had the seed of a cherry that had 185 faces carved onto it!
It was a beautiful place to visit, I undertook a walking tour that helped put some of the massive changes this region has gone through into ...
... the city. It also tells the story of the wall development from a barbed wire fence to a twin barrier complete with towers, patrolling border guards and dogs within this broad strip where everything, including churches was removed!
On our first full day we headed to the Reichstag, to obtain a view of the city from its new dome. This ...
... train line and apparently one of the guys was from Sandringham. It was the first time I met people who lived so close to me but they were very young and immature and mainly into getting drunk so I didn't stay around for long.
I told myself to go to her early so that I could get up early to beat the crowd at Madam Tussauds the next day. But instead I did some research into what to do about accomodation in Norway because it was so expensive. I went to bed around ...
... day haha), which is a huge section of the Berlin wall that they left standing, and artists painted murals depicting aspects of the war. Some of the art work was emotionally wrenching, and some of it was just unusual. It bothered me that idiots with no appreciation or respect for the artwork had graffitied all over the wall, including drawing a giant penis on the faces of the two men kissing. The wall as a whole was inspiring though.
After we had our art fix for the day, ...