BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steglitz International Berlin
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... for views of the city. The weather today is cloudy & drizzling, but we could still see quite a bit of the city. The dome is clear glass for a reason - to symbolize to the people that the government is transparent. We also visited the Neues museum, famous for the bust of Nefertiti, one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt. We didn't have much time before we had lunch reservations at La Soupe Populaire. ...
... that were lost during the 'holocaust' and the 'cold war'. It's very clear, since the last time I visited Berlin that they are trying to move away from the mechanics of what happened but to place an emphasis on the personal stories of each life lost. The people worry that one person shot is a murder and 6 million shot is just a statistic. I've read individual stories about so many lives, where they were born, where they come from, that they ...
... train alone. I went back inside and grabbed some more cookies, munching on the idea of somehow managing to reunite with my group somewhere in the middle of Berlin. It was already 11 am and my roommates were all still walking around in their underwear, so I decided it was adventure time.
I was so worried about wasting the day that I quickly ran out and decided I would try to find the train - completely forgetting to take an actual city map with me (rookie ...
... whilst trying nicely to listen to me vent about the day I'd had. He said it was a nice surprise that I came to visit him at work, haha for some reason I don't quite believe that! We then had a coffee and shared a vanilla slice and I hopped on the train home. Paul had enjoyed another day at home drawing engines and beginning to sort his things for austraaaaalia! He is so excited to go home! We had a nice dinner together, watched a movie and slept well that night. Thank you incredible ...
... accidentally" grabbed onto a cute English boy when the lights turned off! But in all seriousness, it was very scary and a very neat attraction if you are ever in Berlin! That evening we made an appointment to go on the top of the Reichstag building which is the parliament building in Berlin. After you go through a heavy security check, you are taken up in an elevator and climb the gradual spiral that takes you to the top. Along the way you have an audio guide that ...