Berliner Hof Hotel
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... much, but it will get them by until breakfast. Mac's Wienerschnitzel was the size of a continent. He liked it, but it was just too huge, as what he was served was enough to feed four.
It had rained off and on since walking to dinner, and it was raining again when we left. But it was kind of fun walking in the rain in a lively city at night, seeing all of the Germans and many tourists enjoying a night out.
Tomorrow: Exploring Berlin
... first came from: I was 15 years old in singing lessons.
Berlin is a nice enough city; it has a lot of history that's very interesting and has some fantastic artwork on the Berlin wall. It is the home to ampelmann which is a cool man on the green and red traffic light walking signs instead of the boring ones. It also still has an intact soviet monument-a rarity in this part of the world.
We had an excellent American tour guide who ...
... no paparazzi. 60; After Dunkin we all started to head out and walk down some street called Schloßpl and it took us to this square with museums and the huge Cathedral of Berlin. We stopped at the square to take pictures of the Cathedral because it was very beautiful and looked different from most European Cathedrals I’ve seen so far. It definitely has more domes ...
... Delicious vegetable soup! After supper we walked to the east gallery which is were a large part of the wall was moved too once it came done in November 1989. The pieces were then given to artists and beautiful pieces were made. On the drive Taryn taught us a lot about Germany and it's history: (courtesy of Robyn writing it all down!) Berlin is 5x bigger than Paris. The capital city of Germany. Germany has a diverse landscape with marshes, Black Forest, Rhine valley (where ...
... have all, in some ways, become like family to me and as the count down for our time here begins to reach its limit I can't help but feel how much I will miss all these people. Paul and I are now on a buss to Hamburg (apparently it is the erotic capital of the country) the last stop on our way back to Dresden. Saying goodbye to Josie was a sad occasion and it seems like no coincidence that my first day in the city was the sunniest I've experienced in the country and our last is the ...