Another beautiful day in Berlin, what were we meant to do ... explore!
First stop on our tour was the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedachtniskirche, an old church where they've turned the ruins into a memorial hall with photos and some of the items saved. It wasn't open when we first stopped by so we went back later, the mosaic work is amazing.
Feeling all sporty we continued on the train the Olympic Stadium from the 1936 Olympics. The stadium is this massive building that feels like it's placed in the middle of nothing but there is so much going on there. We spent a few hours walking round, watching some diving training and even what seemed to be the opening of the local soccer team.
When in Berlin you need to eat like a German so we tried a curry worst, not bad.
I cannot believe how much of the Berlin Wall you can see, I'm sure bits pop up when your not looking. We walked via the East Berlin Gallery where the wall still stands as a gallery. The unfortunate thing is so many people have defaced the original artwork by writing there names, etc over it.
Last stop was the Reichstag Building which is Berlin's Parliament, Birte had arranged a guided tour which was well worth it. We learnt about the German parliament and most interesting shown the graffiti by the soldiers from when the building was used during the war. The highlight however was the roof where you can walk around and enjoy the view or climb the glass dome. The sun kinda set while we were there.
Thanks so much to Birte for playing tour guide as we explored the city together
We have just arrived in London, wish the flight from Australia was as short as the one from Germany