The Reichstag Building is located on the river Spree close to the Brandenburg Gate, and can be viewed from various angles. Most people might take a walk from Brandenburg Gate, along Ebert Strasse, turn left at the junction and walk alongside the Reichstag building until they reach the entrance to the front, then see the […]
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To travel to Berlin and take a slow walk through the city of Berlin is the best way to take it all in. Travelling the world has become lifestyle for many people over the last couple of decades. The prices of flight tickets dropped dramatically, the costs of staying in a hotel, a hostel, not […]
Berlin Tiergarten is the biggest park in Berlin. People use it every day, all year round to wander, walk, and ride through on bikes. The Tiergarten Berlin is a good option if you want to find a patch of grass to settle down on, read a book, or have a little picknick. Or, just walk […]
Customers sit content. They can watch the street, the old and the young, the cyclists who whizz by at high speed, the scooters that slalom, a person running for some unknown reason, watch the rain bucket down, or listen to the wind in the trees that line the streets, and stay dry.
Places of the heart, they can hold good memories or bad. I know that I can walk around in Berlin, and see the entrance to a street that I lived in, or I had a girlfriend who lived in that street, long ago. Memories fizzle, just waiting to be ignited as I walk into the street and start to peruse the buildings, the structures, checking my memory and see whether something has changed. And then, there are some streets that I avoid. Too many harsh memories. I out walking for joy and happiness, not sad reminders of broken hearts.
The Brandenburg Gate is located on the site of the old Berlin City Gate. It stands at the point where the Berlin Wall once divided East and West Berlin until November, 9th, 1989 Built in the 18th century, by Wilhelm II. It consists of twelve Doric Columns, set in twos parallel to each other, which […]