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... the Daimler art collection and found it in the Haus Huth building, one that survived the bombing. It contained contemporary pieces as well as a number of examples of good functional domestic designs that cross over into art. The best piece was the clock, look closely and see where the second hand is. It doesn't rotate, the clock does. The hanging sculpture that looks like a pillow or folded envelope is actually made of wire. Wandering ...
Berlin feels different from the rest of Germany. Maybe because it's a city (like NYC feels different from Carroll, Ohio), but still, Munich felt authentically "German." Berlin is a very modern, even postmodern city. A lot of immigrants, a lot of visitors, a lot of history. Today, I focused on the WW2 sites and museums. Few cities suffered more than Berlin during the 20th century and you can almost ...
... then walked to Ka De We. Unfortunately today was rainy, so we couldn’t really enjoy the walk.
We were hoping to wander through the Tiergarten, but again too rainy unfortunately.
The food hall was fantastic, such amazing arrays of different foods, particularly chocolate.
As in Harrods, there were a variety of eating bars or areas serving different types of food or drink. As we were ...
... and the other World War results feature a lot in our tours of the city. Our guide repeatedly says that everywhere you go you run into history. I heard about the Berlin Wall when I was about 5 but I never thought I'd actually see it in real life. The images of the wall in its prime are quite intimidating! ~Katarina Berlin is amazing!!! Love it lots. There is so much history and it's very interesting. Loved the Christmas lights at night. There absolutely amazing! There is a giant ...
... and fun to make too! We then sorted our things for the following day and went to bed. Next day... A visit to the office for foreigners with our registered address, bank statements, insurance documents and photos. After 2 hours wait, 3 meetings and quite a lot of lost running around from building to building I finally had my last interview and presto one working holiday visa valid for 12 months. Hallo berlin!! Paul was ...