Berlin Georghof & Hostel
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... to Cadadai called Sapa; ebi tempura, wanton soup and some warm sake. Nice place, quite up market with eclectic decor; a couple of craved wooden orangoutangs at either end of the bar, a statue of a winged woman next to the door reminiscent of the Rolls Royce logo, two black armchairs with zebra print cushions, a large mirror with a blue-grey pressed metal frame and a silver antelope head mounted on one wall.
The soup was good, and unlike wanton soup at home contained slices ...
... so many different things to see.
We ran into a couple of traffic issues as we went around the circuit - the first was an event called the Champions Festival (which I think may be some sort of bike ride), was being set up in front of the Brandenburg Gate, so we could only see parts of this structure before we were diverted. Another 5 minutes along our route, and getting further towards the Victory "Gold Else" statue when the traffic stopped dead. ...
Today we said goodbye to Prague, and it's extremely good exchange rate and hello again to Germany, as we made our way to the German powerhouse of Berlin. Again we travelled by car from Prague to Berlin. The trip took a lil longer than the trip the other day, just seemed like the driving wanted to do the limit. As we were driving along, we walking the country side fly by. ...
... the Hitler had made historical speeches and saw the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Its name is meant to be that blunt and the design of it is meant to let each individual make of it what they want. Our tour guide said he sees it in the sense that if you see someone mistreating the memorial ie skating or jumping off the concrete cubes you are meant to speak up and say something that although there are no signs its something ...
... inside and with a bit of delay getting through security/immigration we set off to the channel tunnel. The first place we visited was Bonn in Germany but to get there we had to change in Brussels and Cologne. We didn't have any time to explore these 2 cities but we can say the stations were half decent!! We arrived in Bonn around 5pm and the weather was good which was fortunate as we got lost trying to find the hotel. Alison: Although I had heard of Bonn before, I didn't ...