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... feels new and exciting. We were told about a quote from the French President that sums up Berlin perfectly. He said "Paris has always been Paris but Berlin is still becoming Berlin" and after all her recent turmoil Berlin owns her history so well and is really molding herself into a great city.
Today we went to Berlin!!! It is a super coo city, with TONS of history. We got on the train at 8:30 and got to Berlin in about 2 hours. We got 3 hotel rooms, and Leandra, Emilie and I get our own room! After we out our stuff in the hotel we walked around some little courtyards with cool old apartments surrounding them. After that we went and got Currywurst, which are sausages with ketchup and curry powder that is typical Berlin food. After lunch we walked to the ...
... day we took a walking tour of the city through a company called Sandemans. The tours offered by them were on a tip-only basis, so the guides were meant to "earn their keep" in a way. Though our guide wasn't the most inspiring guy in the world, we still covered a lot of ground and got our fill of the central core of Berlin. This tour started at Brandenburg Gate, which has a great deal of history behind it in both the Napoleonic and Cold Wars. Apparently Napoleon liked the ...
... oldest on Berlin and then made our way to Berliner Dom which is the largest church in Berlin. Made our way up the 267 steps to the top of the dome for a great view of Berlin, had a look at the small museum about the church and the site, as there were 2 previous churches on the site and the current one had extensive renovations because of damage during WWII. Then we entered the public gallery on the first floor and watched a wedding ceremony that was being concluded ...
... and the museums of Museumsinsel. The highlight for me was the Pergamon Museum. Constructed in 1930, it contains several massive reconstructed archeological sites including the Pergamon Altar and the Ishtar Gate of Babylon. I can’t recall another museum in our travels that has such large scale exhibits.
We also visited the Neues Museum. Badly damaged in the war, it has been rebuilt and was reopened in 2009. At some point ...
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