Hotel Alexander Plaza Berlin
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July 24th, 2015 – Berlin
Well tody was a day of opposites. After crawling into bed sometime around the 230am mark I was woken at 6am by a dorm mate packing her bags and having an extremely long shower (long enough for me to pay a visit to the downstairs reception bathroom with time to spare). About 15 minutes after she …
In front of the embassy, we saw a crowd of people and a guy launching giant soap bubbles.
It was a kid-magnet, as they jumped as high as they could in order to pop the bubbles.
It was also a photographer-magnet.
We walked a lot that day, including to the famous "museum island", home to five separate beautiful buildings housing priceless art and ...
... of movies. Now in Berlin, albeit for 4hrs before I head off to London to truly begin the European leg of my adventures. Feeling pretty good for a travel day, the overnight flight and some sleep always helps. I don't even think the 4hr layover will be able to dampen my excitement ...
... We continued to see the rest of the sights, and by the time we'd finished, it was becoming dark and we'd been out in the cold all day. So there was only one way to warm up, glühwien! It certainly did the trick! It wasn't long before we were back in the Irish bar, and then set off for a very nice restaurant just down the road. It is rare to find cod on the menu, so it was an opportunity that couldn't be missed! Afterwards, we retuned to Die Berliner Republik! We were served ...
... it out there.
After the East Side Gallery we headed back onto Museum Island to visit the most famous museum in all of Berlin, the Pergamon Museum. When we found out about this we were both very surprised because this museum doesn’t deal directly with German history but instead it houses full size reconstructions of ancient Roman, Babylonian and other items that were discovered by German archeologists during the late ...