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... of Egyptian artifacts but this seems to overlap with other local museums. The "treasure" of the museum is the bust of Nefertiti -- it truly amazing with all the coloring intact. No photos allowed but you can look it up on the Internet. The odd thing about much of the collection in the museum is a lack of dates for the artifacts and a lot of text about which German archeologist found it when. Maybe this reflects ...
... asfor more ice, they throw in one more. With the experience of such an emotional segment of our trip, and seeing the well stocked bar, I thought yeah…a nice Bulliet Bourbon the the rocks sounds great. I ordered one and remembering the chincy servings I had previously gotten said, "make it a double". Well out comes a real drink, actually…larger than a real drink. Maureen’s face was pretty funny…oh what the heck, we ...
... from it's early beginnings through it's dark periods of occupation and finally the united emergence back into the world 25 years ago.
A quick bite after the tour and it was on to the bar to watch the All Blacks beat the Poms and start the process of getting well liquored again, a number of beers and foosball followed.
Dinner for tonight was to be at somewhat of a Berlin institution called Mustafa Kebab, Rob had talked this up no end and to be ...
... exhibits on show in the castle. One of which was 'puppet world' where scenes of bygone **** ups were depicted like this one.
The castle had a solid history of never being overrun with the exception of being handed to the French without a fight thanks to Napoleon. With a demanding hill and sheer walls, it’s hard to see how ...
... gained some great iced coffee we went back to the hotel to avoid the 97 degree heat (and have our laundry done). In the meantime, we sat in the lobby writing the last few blogs because we had to switch rooms. Four hours later, our laundry still wasn't done (we literally needed everything done) so we left for dinner near the East Side Gallery. The gallery is a graffitied remnant of the Berlin Wall. Some segments were cool ...