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I was super excited to be on the plane back to Berlin. Not that I didn’t enjoy Copenhagen, but I had been looking forward to this day for quite some time. I was very confident in Germany’s chances after the mauling of the previous match, but still a bit nervous as this was potentially going to be the best night of my life.
I had met a couple of Germans while in Copenhagen who were also going to be watching the game in Berlin. They had left a ...
... we figured out a few key words but in the end all we really needed to know was pork, potatoes and sauerkraut. Not to sound cliché, but really, these things, along with sausages, dominated the menus. I'd been deprived of Aussie BBQs for 10 months so grilled meat wasn't something I minded that much (to begin with anyway). Beer was also something we had to try. Well it was something I had to try and would force Jacqui and Alyce to try. It's Germany!!! Beer is their ...
The boys took the hire car back and Janet and I found a supermarket to buy supplies for the day. We walked into Alexandra platz and found the tourist information. We decided to buy a 48 hour Berlin Welcome Pass. This gives you free transportation and discounts around the city. We Made our way to the German Beer Fest and proceeded ...
... stage, at least turkey anyway...
After this we went to the neues museum..
Unfortunately we were only there for a short time and we ran out of time. we were only able to see some of the ancient Egyptian pieces. Which were incredible. I can't believe that some of these items were almost 10 000 years old! Wow that is pretty incomprehensible!
We are definitely re visiting this museum tomorrow!
The museum closed at 6 so the three of us ...
... moment it was exciting.
Through the rest of the day we biked by the museum island, Berlin Cathedral, and a Berlin Fashion Week show. For the most part, we stayed in "Mitte," Berlin's central locality. Around late-lunch time, we hit Hackescher Markt which is a bustling cultural and commercial center. More currywurst and fries and beer ensued.
Our final stop for the day was Checkpoint Charlie - a famous border crossing along the Berlin Wall and a symbol ...