Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel
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... to be denied including a random girl that discovered we were going and a seriously disable ex-military guy from the US. I really wish we could have taken the disabled guy as he was incredibly interesting to talk to and would probably have really enjoyed the challenge. Hopefully he gets to go with another group while he is travelling.
It only took a short bus ride to get to EXIT and after waiting around for the lone employee to sort out ...
... we got up early and took a train south to Dresden, which is a beautiful city near the Czech border on the river Elbe, which was almost completely destroyed by bombings during the war. They've done a magnificent job of restoring the city and it was one of the nicest looking cities we visited while we were away. We were also lucky with the weather, after 5 days of drizzly, grey weather in Berlin, it was beautiful and sunny when we arrived ...
... headquarters once was, which was completely destroyed after the war. Our tour also included a bunch of Prussian palaces, libraries and Universities. On the grounds of the University was where one of the book burnings took place under Hitler’s rule. Today there is an underground memorial dedicated toward the book burning that took place here. The memorial is a white square room with empty book shelves which could hold approximately 20,000 books, ...
We caught the U2 back to Alexanderplatz where they were having their own version of Oktoberfest. Jim sampled yet another bratwurst, with good results! After strolling through the Platz for a while, we took the U8 back to the apartment. We both fell sound asleep for about an hour. Dinner at the Italian restaurant downstairs, and here we are, doing laundry and thinking about packing. So hard to believe that we're flying home in just a few ...
... around noon. We went to go get lunch from McDonalds, which was what we got each time we were hungover on the trip. On the way back none of us had valid U-Bahn (public transport) tickets and ended up getting a 40 euro fine. Whatever. We went back to the room and slept/relaxed until dinner. After dinner we wandered around Berlin playing what we perviously dubbed the "Left/Right Game". This is where we walk around and choose where we go based on ...