Winterfeldt Berlin Apartments
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... behind the French Church called Bistro am Gendarmenmarkt and had a scotch and coke and read my book. A hundred meters down Franzoischstrasse is the Titanic Hotel which has a quiet, shady courtyard behind the street where I stopped for another drink. A very expensive drink as it turned out; 14 Euros for a Ballantynes and coke. But, it came with a little bowl of mixed nuts and some other kind of savoury nibble so I made sure I polished those off. They have a steak restaurant and the ...
... to crawl away and this large white-faced dude kept getting closer. It was pretty horrific - those kids will have nightmares I'm sure!
More sight-seeing in the afternoon, followed by a spot of shopping at the Mall of Berlin. Its funny how different countries have different styles of clothing. I was just very impressed that alot of the clothing was made in Germany or in Italy. Prices were also pretty reasonable, so several purchases were made.
... West Berlin and did not tell us. It did not take us long to work out yes you
guessed it the “Hop On and Hop Off bus” was the best way to see Berlin because it
is so spread out. It was then off to the
supermarket get some provisions for dinner and discuss the next days activities.
We set off approximately 9.30am and
worked out which was the best bus tour to see the best parts of Berlin. We ...
... Then took a open top bus tour in the rain! Hopped off at Check Point Charlie. Odd mixture of old signage, a check point sentry box, new expo type buildings and hoardings explaining really well the building of The Wall, and the heartache associated with the attempts to escape the east between 1961 and 1990. Mixed in were numerous tacky food and post card stalls and actors portraying the US guards at the ...
... sitting on the steps at the edge with their feet in. I stuck my feet in too but wasn't game to swim in the lake because it wasn't exactly pristine, with many boats out and about. It was still refreshing to put my feet in and watch the swans and ducks nearby. Some came right up to you to have a look at you then went back to their business. I dried my feet and then headed through the forest for a bit, hoping to find some squirrels. I heard a few noises in the bush but ...