Wyndham Garden Berlin Mitte
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... asked a couple who was milling with the crowd. They by chance were Australians who explained the crazy system of platform information being put up at the last minute. Sure enough, 10 minutes till departure everyone rushes to the platform.
Our stop off in Dresden was time for a look around and lunch overlooking the river. We had some traditional German food, but could not find any Dresden Dolls.
We arrived ...
... and Krystel spend lots of time in Berlin and they know the city really well. They showed us the way to one of Berlin's many great parks and directed us toward some other sites as well. Along the way, we passed the street they are staying on which is full of protestors helping illegal African refugees who have been living in an abandoned school for a while and are now being told they need to leave. Their street was chaotic with people everywhere, including camping out inside ...
... were lucky enough to be there just as it opened and so there were very few people. This is a really spectacular museum. The sheer size of some of the exhibits such as the Market Gate of Miletus, the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate have to be seen to be believed. This museum is well worth spending time at.
After we had spent a couple of hours at the Pergamon, we went into the ...
... to take our bags, backpacks etc.. Up?.... What the? We had already put over 80 kids through when they told us this. It is going to be interesting at the end of the night to try and sort out 100 jackets all the same! A lovely dinner and beautiful view and a great finished to a fantastic day! -Billy James Some of the sights we saw today include: The Reichstag building is a historical edifice in Berlin, Germany, constructed to house the Reichstag, parliament of the German Empire. It ...
... The sleeper trains can sleep six in a compartment and there are a number of compartments on each carriage. It's a little like bunk beds I guess with three levels. I was on the top and Paul was in the middle. For the first 3 or 4 hours we discovered that we could fold my bed down so we could both sit on Paul's bed upright and watch a movie. We watched an awful movie called three can play that game, or something along those lines. It's really only what we can find ...