Nu Hotel Berlin
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... where a lovely lunch was enjoyed by all but me. I did rally to join them afterwards though and we circled around to West Berlin, driving by their version of the White House where Chancellor Merkel struggles on with the Greeks. We also stopped by the Olympic Stadium, home of the infamous 1936 Olympics where Hitler watched in fury as (Ohio native and The Ohio State ...
... buzzing along and standing proud. But now writing at the end of our stay...I can say for sure that we have loved Berlin! There is just something about it.
Evidence of the war and turbulent German past confront you almost at every turn. Buildings with bullet holes and shrapnel damage ever present. And many displays of photos set up around the streets, marking the 2015, 70yr anniversary of the end of the war.
On our first day we spent ...
Everywhere we go in Berlin we see billboards advertising the new Ben Stiller movie, "A Night at the Museum." We follow that theme, but don't wait for the sun to set! Today is a free day for independent activities, and group members show their independent spirits by going out in all directions. Four of us head to the Pergamon Museum which contains amazing artifacts from antiquity, the Middle East, and a collection of Islamic art. Two ...
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... bunk, a superficial wound, but one that bled like buggery. And, once in my berth, the fit for someone my size was a little snug, to say the least. But once we got going, the train's rhythm proved quite soothing, and I soon drifted off to sleep, waking only occasionally as the train lurched around a bend! On balance, not a bad option, my only regret being that I missed Austria, my three hours within its borders spent flat on my back! Once in Munich, I ditched my suitcase ...