Park Plaza Prenzlauer Berg Berlin
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So the journey begins............. Nigel: After spending several weeks enjoying the UK weather (for a change), the time soon arrived for us to set off on our journey. We are not train enthusiasts in the slightest but we decided to try and do 3 train journeys between the UK and Hong Kong (Eurostar, Trans-Siberia, and Beijing to Tibet). We arrived …
We took a midday flight from Oslo to Berlin, Germany. This is our only flight during our trip in Europe. Our reasoning for the flight is that we had already covered most of the territory by train and to spend an entire day on the tracks would be too great a sacrifice compared to the reasonable airfare on Air Berlin.
We decided to use the …
... them. It's alternative and has a really nice feel to it. One of our favourite suburbs. We stopped in a nice cafe for a hot drink each. It was getting a little cold by this stage. The weather in berlin has been usually lovely this week. Not sure if I already wrote this, but the sun has been shining and temperatures were up to 10 degrees. It's unheard of for this time of year. Apparently temperatures are normally -15. Everybody has been talking about it ...
... hear each other. There was also no air conditioning here, a common theme throughout Europe, so the room got very hot.
On our first day in Berlin we decided to try and explore the city, similar to our strategy in London. We walked to the Reichstag, the Tiergarten, through the main sections of the city, saw the Berlin Cathedral, walked around on Museum Island, and went up the TV tower over the three days we were there. A disappointing ...
... survivor of 14 gates in Berlin's old city. It was impressively grand. It actually used to be part of the wall, but now it was the start of my tour down Unter den Linden, the main street through Berlin.
But first I took a small detour to a Holocaust memorial, officially the "Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe." It was a whole city block covered in coffin-like stone slabs. And it was appropriately somber. There was an exhibit below, but it was a ...