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... was so much more that I could have ever imagine. The colors were beautiful and the photos do not do her justice.
After seeing her, I made sure to see all the other Egyptian artifacts, and took over 100 pictures in there alone. Unfortunately, photos of Nefertiti were not allowed.
Berlin was starting to get warm!
Met back at the hotel for our journey to MENTEUM. A couple of train transfers, and 45 minutes later we reached our destination, but we needed ...
... She is pretty much known to be a “take charge and do-it-yourself” kind of goddess.
The waters of the pond did seem dark, cold and menacing on the day of my visit in mid-April, but I was soon reminded of its power to regenerate and give birth to new life. All around the pond I found the early signs of spring bursting forth in the blues and yellows of the season’s first wild flowers. It was my intention ...
... except that the weather was not actually very inhibitive. The sky was gray and it was a little gusty, but it was nothing like Hamburg's rain and wind combination of yesterday even before all the trains were cancelled. It began to seem like Europe (or at least Germany) had either conspired to exaggerate this supposed storm so everyone could spend the day inside, or Germany just really did go into full-on lock down at the slightest sign of a weather change.
... want was there, even octopus. This place was way too high end for a couple easy going Canadians so we just looked around and left. We found supper at a place down from the mall. The place was found had a German menu but the English translation was written underneath. We both got the ribs, which came with fries and coleslaw for €14. They were so yummy! We took the bus home and went to the grocery store. Surprise surprise there's a Lidl near by. We stocked up on groceries ...
... there were a lot of stairs involved so I'm not sure how much we actually appreciated it. Lastly, we found our way to Bebelplatz on the way to the metro back to the hotel. This is the plaza right in front of the university where the first Nazi book burning took place. We took a much needed nap and then got some authentic German food. I got Pork Strudel, and Vicky got some pasta dish that had a bunch of umlauts in the name. It was very good, and the portions were ...