NH Berlin Heinrich Heine
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... since I read a book on the war in high school. Hen after making our way back the Alexanderplatz we got a hot dog and drink and say on the beach chairs. Haha Next on our list of things to do was the Berlin Dungeon. Normally I'm ok with these things but this one got me. I sat down for the Jack the Ripper part and after sitting I realised I was right next to a ...
... of Berlin and I was busy compiling a list of places to visit in greater detail in the four days that were to follow. Checkpoint Charlie - super touristy! It was surrounded by fast food restaurants and had some fake American soldiers standing around ready to charge for pictures. The Berlin Wall. Hitler’s Bunker - or at least the carpark that covers the space where Hitlers Bunker once was. The Reichstag. The Brandenburg Gate. The Museum Island. I was very excited to finally ...
Once a hunting ground of the nobility, the Tiergarten of today is a large park designed in the 1830's close to the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. This huge central green space is a tangle of walking and cycling paths, tiny ponds, open fields and woods.
Berlin. A modern city but with with a rich history. I was surprised by just how big some stretches of the Berlin wall still are, and that as we passed over many roads, that foundation stones still remain running all over the city. A driving tour took us to the largest remaining section of the wall, the Brandenburg gate, reichstag, checkpoint Charlie, university, the "toothpick" which can be ...
... so he just said “today”. People heard, flocked to the wall and started hammering it down themselves. The guards didn’t know what to do so they just let it happen.
After we had loaded our brains with checkpoint knowledge, we headed into the shopping district as Chris in particular was sick of wearing the same three t-shirts over and over again haha. The first shop we went into, Pull & Bear, was amazing, I could have spend hundreds of euros in there! ...