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Travel Blogs from Berlin
Berlin is such a cool city, we were there 2 years ago and this is what I recall .... Jewish musuem is a must - the building alone is very intertesing. The open top bus tour (hop on hop off thing) is very good as there's so much to see (but the jewish museum is not on its route, need to take a train there). The bus goes in a great big circle so you …
... There was a bar next to it and we were certainly an eye saw in jandals, shorts with massive packs and crumpled map we literally had a sign on our head "tourists". Looking around aimlessly we saw a girl drinking a glass of wine on some steps and figured out it was her. She was giggling away and said the bell didn't work at her boyfriends so she was wondering how we were going to find each other?Anyhow she gave us a hug, (first international hug) we got the keys ...
... room of the gate are bulls and dragons and thus I magnificently adorned them with luxurious splendour for all mankind to behold in awe".
As you walk in to the room containing the Ishtar Gate (and the room is massive), your legs almost crumble literally in awe.
Then we walked into a room containing the bust of Queen Nefertiti, renowned as the most beautiful woman in history.
Vietnamese was on the dinner menu tonight.
... on top of the building, available for public use. With presumably the best views hiding behind the tinted windows, we approached only to get a bit of bad news. Since Sean and I didn’t have prior reservations set (a background check is needed presumably), we took our photos and moved on to the Brandenburg Gate.
Just a five-minute hustle from the Reichstag, we were racing Mother Nature and her powerful rains that weren’t far behind us. The wet stuff did get to us, ...
... That afternoon we got kebaps
sanwiches to eat. I really can't get away from Middle Eastern food.
Apparnently we're staying in a part of town that's "little" Turkey, so
there is plenty of kebap choices to choose from.
The next day we went down into the Holocaust Museum. I say down
because it is located under the Holocaust Memorial, which by the way is
very interesting and could be interpreted several ways. I think some
people would really like trying to ...