Pension Nuernberger Eck
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... this city is. Our guide was trying to give us a quick history update but there is just so much that happened here with WWII and the Berlin wall that everything she told us was very basic and brief.
We went to check into our hostel and for some reason our reservation was cancelled 2 days ago. What the hell?? But they just rebooked us in and we got into our room. We have 2 other busabout girls in our room and they are really nice.
We then went downstairs ...
... perfect for Stephs dress shopping. We also found an amazing currywurst at Curry and Co, giving me the energy to survive the shopping expedition. Thank god shops have put in chairs for us guys. It was a very relaxed day in a cool student town. Dresden was heavily bombed during world war 2, but it's old town still had charm. Any building of historic importance was rebuilt. We walked into the old town early the next morning, bypassing markets for our morning coffee ...
... br style="color: rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">One of the highlights of our evening was taking pics at the Checkpoint Charlie with the soldiers (oh yea....we paid 2 euros each for 4 pictures) :P :P. This was super fun
... train park and we traveled over, not knowing that there were two in the area, and I had gone to the wrong one! Luckily it was closed or the guy behind the counter would've thought I was a real nut trying to tell him that I'm friends with his daughter, Carmen!
It was cold and wet so we were happy to be on the bus and heading further north to the capital of Germany, Berlin. We arrived pretty late in the afternoon and had to get a train, then a metro to find ...
... but all so well organized to help out the large number of daily visitors.
You can’t get acquainted to Berlin in just three days, that’s for certain! You just get a small taste of a huge and most interesting city! Besides the endless monuments and impressive buildings there are also great malls to steal your attention and do all kinds of shopping. I wish I had more time to get to know Berlin better as I left it with a strong feeling that I need to come back ...