Casa Camper Berlin
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... in the 19th century by Frederick William lV. We've seen palaces in France, Portugal, Holland, the UK and Scandinavia but never seen anything quite as magnificent as the palaces and gardens in Potsdam.
As Berlin is so huge, we decided to spend a couple of days on hop-on-hop-off buses to get to see those parts of the city that we hadn't yet managed. We combined this with a morning at The Pergamon museum, a museum ...
... affected. It was very interesting but most of all incredibly sad to take in everything that the information center had to offer but we both walked out of there commenting how they did an excellent job presenting all of that information. Once we were finished making our way through the rest of the memorial we decided to head over to the Berlin Wall memorial to see what it would have been like living in a separated Berlin.
The Berlin ...
... my Polish zlotys (best name ever for a currency), apart from what I needed for the tram ride. Turns out, my online map failed me, so I ended up on the wrong tram in the wrong direction. When I realised this it was too late to get another tram back in the right direction...what was I to do? A frantic taxi ride 'Amazing Race' style, of course! Me telling the driver who knew no English (fair enough I was in Poland and knew no Polish) FASTER, FASTER, and pointing to my watch ...
... Yesterday we went to the East side Gallery which is a section of the Berlin Wall. It has been covered with artsy graffiti, which tells it's own story, plus the wall itself is pretty imposing. Over the past two days with our tours we've learned a lot about the history behind the walls going up (there have been multlple and the final wall was actually two walls with a 'death strip' in between), the escape efforts, life on both sides, and finally how the ...
... six more domes on the way back to the hotel). We chickened out on the walk to the top of the dome, went up several levels and looked at the models and decided that was high enough for all of us, not sure how we are going to get to the top of the Effiel tower! The Bode Museum was interesting - and it is amazing that there are any churches with altars left in Northern Europe! Things we have learnt: Berlin is built on sand, which means that when they build anything there ...