Appartement Hackescher Markt
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... and a bar and had a few cocktails before returning to the car where we had a 2 hour trip home, but this stage it was midnight so we wouldn't be home till at 2am. Had such a great day though, loved berlin would have liked maybe another day there to explore some other things but all in all I really end enjoyed it! We are off to Switzerland tomorrow so will be fun, but I expect we will sleep in till midday as we had such a busy day today walking everywhere and not getting home till ...
... your passport. (Luckily I had mine with me because I didnt want to leave it at the hotel, but usually I do not carry it with me so maybe it was a sign.) I got two stamps--one was a stamp with the East Berlin Police logo and the other was a stamp of Checkpoint Charlie, since we would be visiting there later.
I thought our day we be pretty easy going, but we decided to hit the ground running and see a lot. After the East Side Gallery, we made our way to ...
Location: In north-eastern Germany on the River Spree
Sites to visit: Brandenburger Gate, Tiergarten
Gastronomy: The "Boulette", consisting of fried meatballs
Cities near : Schonefeld, ...
... city where you could be seeing van goghs work in the morning, having a beer in the arvo and visiting a show in the red light districts at night, which is exactly what we had done. Unfortunately due to work commitments I was unable to get the 'full' 'coffee experience', but nevertheless I don't think I would have missed out on much anyways. I'd definitely put Amsterdam on anyone's itinerary! Byrneymack gives Amsterdam "8.5 out of 10 ...
We started the day with a quick trip on the U8 to the German History Museum. It's really well done, and very interesting. The second floor has history from the 300's, or so, up until the end of the First World War. The first floor has from the end of WWI to pretty much the present. Some amazing works of art, clothing, weapons, and history. They had the cape and suit that Napoleon wore at his coronation, beautiful workmanship. We spent over 2 ...