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... The boat is big with an open upper deck with tables and blue plastic chairs. There's a bar downstairs and four ladies have already taken advantage of this by ordering bottle of sparkling wine. There's also a guy walking around taking everyone's photo, which doubtless will be ready to purchase before we leave.
We sailed down the river past the Reichstag and took the left channel at museum island doing a U turn at the lock and returning the way we came. The photo guy ...
... to split the city up as well so you couldn't even swim out of East Germany.
To be honest, I'm not sure what to make of Berlin.. Big cement, square buildings, graffiti, dirty streets. Lots of green spaces, park areas and trees planted in the streets. The older (ie 1800s) architecture is the usual sandstone and column stuff, and quite nice, but there is lots that is ugly and rectangular and (dare I say) very Eastern Block-looking. And then there is the ...
... Weber” store and
Bev’s credit card suffered an almost fatal coronary. After a little medication we were off to find
our apartment, found it with no trouble at all, thanks to Google Maps and
helpful Crouts along the way. We dumped
our cases and set off to explore East Berlin on foot, by the way we did not
know we were in East Berlin they obviously took down that wall that separated
Wet and miserable, so did a few jobs, including washing, and then set off for the city. Walk then bus then train, arrived at the "Zoo" station. Looked at the ruin of the Memorial Church (WW2 bombs destroyed the spire and it has not been restored). First we had to try Berliner Currywurst. Hot dog sausage, sliced onto a paper plate, covered in curry sauce and sprinkled with curry powder, eaten with a dry bread ...
... everyone's rooms. I still don't understand why. So I gave he key at the desk and put my luggage in storage, then I prepared all the public transport details since I still didn't have a working sim. I headed to a place called Kladow which I was told had a lake, forest and red squirrels. I caught a train to Wansee for an hour and then tried to get onto the ferry to cross the lake to Kladow but it was just leaving and I had to wait another hour for the next one. Not ...