Schlosshotel Im Grunewald
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... to be very warm so we ensure we are well hydrated with a local craft beer or two. I've researched a Turkish restaurant where we head tonight for dinner. It is located under one of the railway lines and we find it easily after an extended walk through the Tiergarden and crossing to the other side of the canal. The restaurant is very basic and even though we are provided with a menu, we are told that we can only choose between grilled sardines, ...
Ok all who are reading the blog, this is Annette continuing the blog! Strange you may think - there must be something wrong for this to occur. Yep you are correct. When Paul has written above that he went down to get some dinner I did not know what chain of events that simple gesture would trigger. I could write almost a novel on the next sequence of events but will try to give you an abbreviated version so sit back and here goes ............ I ...
... this attraction too, as I was able to get a 25% discount! Woohoo!! There was a small queue when I got there, but it was a timed entry so the wait was minimal. The view was pretty good but I am sure it would be much better on a clear day.
Next it was off on the train again, but this time away from the City Centre. I set out to experience the best preserved Renaissance fortress in Europe called the Spandau Citadel. It took about 20 minutes to get there via train. One good ...
... a good sense of humour which was definitely a relief. We were even taken to the place where Hitler's underground bunker was (now it's a carpark and not at all signposted) which was pretty surreal even though it was destroyed and you can't see anything. After this it was a free day in Berlin and having seen most of what we wanted to on the walking tour we spent some time looking for a pharmacy and MORE cold and flu meds. Well turns out nothing is open in Berlin on a ...
... up, the gate stood there alone as it was right between the inner and outer walls. Ronald Reagan had a very famous speech where he said bring down the wall and in November 1989 the wall came down and then the area which had been no mans land for 28 years was now filled with people. Now it is very symbolic to walk under it because for so long no one could walk under it. The Jewish memorial is also in the area that was no mans land before. It was created by an ...