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Our first day in Berlin was spent getting orientated, finding the tourist information office, picking up maps and joining a 3 hour walking tour. It's hard to believe this isn't tourist season, there were 60+ people in the walking tour, so it was split into 2 groups, what it must be like in summer? While on the walk, we passed several other tour groups....guides in different languages, tours on bikes, segways etc etc.
... of town and some additional memorials and museums. On the way it began to rain (hard!) so we ducked into a chocolate shop that turned out to be the largest chocolatier in the world. They had the most amazing display pieces of chocolate carvings, often made out of solid chocolate and of course they were more than happy to accommodate a few more people while we waited for the rain to pass.
Luckily the storm blew over pretty quickly so ...
... at all. Even worst than buildings in Toronto built for the same purpose. And many of these massive buildings are completely abandoned....on a massive boulevard! This is the reason for the title of this blog entry. My current impression of Berlin is "Meh". The wall is humbling but the rest of the city so far is nothing special for an important city like Berlin. Hopefully that changes tomorrow with a walking tour in a different part of the city.
... both thought we needed to arrive there super early to get a good spot. So we were outside in the chilly air upon arrival at 2pm, until about 2am when we finally arrived back at the hostel! I'm no mathematician, but thats like, 12 whole hours! Brrrrr!
We wondered around looking at the various stalls offering food, clothing, jewellery, New Year's souvenirs and more. Oli bought a very cool toque (I'm secretly jealous... is ...
... the next day trawling through the Museum of German History - 5 hours and only one of three floors covered - incredibly interesting - talk about intrigue - makes even Scottish history seem one dimensional.
Started off the day with a breakfast at the Reichstag's restaurant (Booked months ago). It was one of those 'work of art' presentations, that had you wondering whether to eat or photograph it. (All for about the same price as the 'Poinciana ...