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... process was also handled solely "auf Deutsch", meaning that we have now mastered the art of complaining about bad transport services in both Spanish and German in the past two months.)
Our accommodation in Berlin was excellent: a small but comfortable room on the top floor of a pleasant hostel in the Schoeneberg district. Only downsides were that the room got stiflingly hot during the day, with temperatures over 32°C each day of our visit, and the masses of ...
... of town to drop me at Charlottenburg Palace where she then set off for Frankfurt. It was a bit of a cold farewell and I don’t think we’ll be friends forever. We are different people with different humour and interests, but still it was great to hang out with someone on break for a change. The Palace is huge! But the restored interior (damaged by a “liquid bombing raid” in WW2) that you tour is only a small portion of it. Built between 1695-1713 by Prussian ...
... in stone.
Over in the touristy area now.
Near where I live you hear quite a few foreigners talking but they're probably working there or have come over for some cheap beers. But over in the area near the museums it's rather different. An older crowd and even the more traditional tour groups. Of course some older church like this in this area will get a fair bit of tourist traffic.
Quite a ...
... and being subsequently synonymous with the party, Berlin can't ignore it. Honestly, the level of transparency and acknowledgement here was refreshing.
Case in point, the eerie (and open to interpretation) Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a series of over 2,700 concrete blocks of varying heights, lined up in seemingly endless rows. It's not a maze exactly, but it is easy to venture into it and feel completely lost. Which I suppose might be the ...
Very, very heiss (hot)
There are 7 museums on Museum Island so Wen chose to see The Pergamon Museum, the museum of ancient art and architecture. This museum was purpose built in the early 1900s to house finds made by German archeologists in the area south of Bagdad.
Walking in we were confronted with the original sized, reconstructed Pergamon Altar dating back to 160BC. An ...