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... king of Prussia, we get it already. Having said that, some of the individual pieces are absolutely stunning, the artistry and craftsmanship is mind-boggling. The Porcelain Chamber needs to be seen to be believed. The gardens are also a sight to behold, though we only viewed them from the palace and didn't wander through them.
When we were looking at things to do ...
... reminders; and Checkpoint Charlie, an overly touristy landmark of one of the world’s most famous walls.
I know the tourist hordes are in love with London, Rome and Paris, but seriously, Berlin probably has those cities beat.
My evenings in Germany’s capital were, once again, mostly spent watching the huge soccer matches. Germany was playing again, and this time against France. The city was absolutely drowning in the national colors ...
... dozens of chants and most people stood the entire time. When Berlin scored their two points it sounded as if the clock were striking midnight on Y2k.
We made it back to the hostel, and asked the attendant for a recommendation for an authentic German restaurant. She told us of a place a few blocks away, and that's where we headed. There at the restaurant, the waiter informed us that there were no open tables for two and sat us at the "group ...
My overriding feeling about Berlin is that there is SO much construction. This is probably their peak tourist time with the marathon bringing in tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of people. However, getting around, even by foot is difficult when there are so many construction barricades, blocking roads seemingly everywhere. This wasn't so much our experience in the morning, those blocks were caused by the marathon, which you can rollerblade the ...
... had no trouble getting our train to Berlin. The mass transit is incredible & timely. We opted to go economy on this leg on the advice of Rick Steve's & were glad we did. Very comfortable.
the trip took about 1hr & 40 min. It was lovely as we got to see some of the countryside with the farms & several wind ...