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... to our room. What a lovely suite. They upgraded us!
Out bathroom is definitely bigger than our entire room in Lucerne! Free wifi. Two free drinks from the mini-bar. Yea, this is a good place to spend our last two nights in in Berlin.
I started my first update and Sandy slept. Got up about 8:00 and went down to ask the concierge for a nice, but not too nice place to eat. Lochner...about 5 minutes away. ...
... all on our gopro! I dident even concentrate on the slide and just smilied as Nikki screamed!! After the snow tubing we decided to skip the other museum and go to dinner at a local beer hall. After another subway trip and asking a few people how to get to the road it was on we managed to find it! It was huge, had it's own shop to sell traditional German clothes and had a traditional German band playing Christmas music! I had ...
2.) Nikolaivertl Church : The oldest Church in Berlin ( freshly rebuilt)
3.) Ephraim-Palais : Rococo palace now a museum.
4.) Knobllauchaus: Preserved 18th century Townhouse. (I ran out of time on my museum day, but it is free)
Museum Portal Berlin with listings of local museums
DDR Museum: http://www.museumsportal-berlin.de/de/m ...
... next to the glass: "Das war ein Vorspiel nur, dort wo man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt man am Ende auch Menschen," which translates to, "Where they burn books, they will in the end burn people."
• Brandenburg Gate: A neoclassical triumphal arch built in the late 18th century by Friedrich Wilhelm II. The Nazis later used the gate as a party symbol.
• Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe: Designed by Jewish ...
... on & we always seem to run into that. We went to a beautiful church close to the courthouse. We went back on the subway and walked through a huge park. The park was amazing, it is so green and so big! There are bike trails, hiking trails, and meadows. We ate lunch in a meadow and kept walking through the woods. Some of us climbed the Victoria Statue for 2.50 euro. There was a lower level that wasnt too high, but after climbing 800 stairs you could go to ...