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... points to describe what buildings can be seen from that spot, and what the story is. These points of focus range from historical, political, cultural and tourist buildings.
The view is unbelievable, and at night Berlin is beautiful. At the top we can look down into Parliament House and watch proceedings, however tonight there is no one at home.
I highly, highly recommend this if you’re ever in Berlin. The Reichstag holds so much ...
... So very small world...
The train to Prague arrived on time and was lovely :D an old fashioned train with a little compartment to ourselves apart from a German theatre man who was lovely but swore lots and seemed to be trying to arrange the lighting for his next play...he sounded very animated anyway.
In southern Germany just before the border we went along the River Elbe and it was absolutely stunning ...
... next on our list. Can't really explain the feeling of being in there, it's so overwhelming seeing and hearing the stories... the enormous loss of human life is gut wrenching. Stopped for a well deserved hot dog and beer before walking on and taking some happy snaps in front of the 1791 Brandenburg Gate, before retiring into the Tiergarten where we put our feet up to recharge before continuing on. Reichstag was ...
Part 2: LIFE-SAVING AIR-CRIB
One of the things that impressed me with KLM is that they have a family row in economy. The row has good legroom like that of an exit row but the wall directly in front of the seats have screws where they mount a custom-designed crib. That way, a baby can lie restfully and comfortably for the duration of the trip. A couple with their baby sat right beside me and their baby quietly stayed in the crib me ...
... Straight after this, we were taken to a car park. "A car park?" I hear you ask! Well, deep down under, was where Hitler's bunker was. Where he killed himself, where he schemed, where he reigned. Not long after this, we saw the Berlin wall for the first time. A bit disappointing! But I guess I didn't really know what to expect. We saw Checkpoint Charlie, the crossing point between the East and West of Berlin after this, and welcomed a stop at a nearby café.
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