Holiday Inn Berlin Mitte
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... 17 so....yeah. Back up I went for the night to get an early start the next morning. Day 2, Berlin The hostel breakfast was a bit basic for my liking so I found myself at a local coffee shop where I couldn't spot a 17 year old face. It was nice to get away from the young party atmosphere, says the yiayia I truly am. I ordered a cappuccino and yoghurt parfait to fuel up, and began the walk to Brandenburg Gate for Sandemans free ...
... to opt for a taxi instead. It was definitely the wise option - we were so tired at this point!
We liked the double decker bus, although we had an interesting moment when we were on the top (boiling hot) level, when the bus stopped and shut down for quite a few minutes...until the announcement of the excited bus driver's voice, when we figured it was broken after David heard a very definite, "Kerpoooot" and everyone started getting off. So it ...
... it's hard to describe, as you stand before you enter you're raised above it all, it's deceptively large though. It's rows and columns of rectangular prisms, varying in length, width and height. As you walk you will be completely alone, all you see is directly in front of you, that floor submerges you until you're below ground level, you feel alone until you look sideways and feel all of a sudden exposed, you have to go there to see what I mean. Everyone who did the ...
... Egyptian Museum of Berlin and re-opened in 2009. The Alte Nationalgalerie (Old National Gallery) completed in 1876, to host a collection of 19th-century art donated by banker Joachim H. W. Wagener The Bode Museum, opened in 1904. It exhibits the sculpture collections and late Antique and Byzantine art. The Pergamon Museum, the final museum of the complex, constructed in 1930. It contains multiple ...
... walk down Karl Marx Allee. A massive boulevard of optimistic communist urban planning. It feels like Russia , the monumental apartment buildings and very stylized restaurant spaces and fountains. It is pretty and tree lined and spacious, but somehow knowing what it was built for makes it feel oppressive and intimidating. Glad I went, but maybe big cities are not for me. I think I like the pretzel eating dirndle wearing south better. So off to ...