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My spring break started in Berlin, Germany. We arrived in Germany at around 11:30 AM Friday morning, and immediately went on our first walking tour. We saw the statue of Frederich the Great, the original Humboldt University, the spot where Hitler burned the books, the first catholic church in Germany since the Protestant reformation, Brandenburg gate, the holocaust memorial to the murdered Jews and the Reichstag (the German Parliament). I ...
... out to find one more uniquely Belgian experience…the waffle!
Now I mentioned Bree and Phillip had waffles for breakfast but they ended up being very similar to the ones we would have back home as breakfast waffles, not like the traditional street food that Belgium is famous for. Luckily just to the side of one of the large squares in town there was a little food truck parked and serving freshly made waffles from his window. These were exactly what we ...
... 40 euros later I was the proud owner of one. I bought a pair of lock tight pliers as a foot rest for Nicolette, a bell, and a bike lock. This cut our travel time down incredibly from our campsite to the Metro. It was over a mile walk, but now it is only a 5 min bike ride with me pumping my calves like a pack mule :P
We had almost wrote Berlin off as a bummer. We encountered maybe one smile and maybe three friendly people in the entire city ...
... get there as Berlin is very big and confusing. We came up at the river and walked along in the sun; it was very very hot but nice. There was a beautiful church (the Berlin Dome or something) which we spent a while marvelling at. After that we went into the DDR/East German museum. The museum was slightly tacky and overplayed but mostly really really interesting. It was basically a complete overview of the GDR and how everything worked, from ...
... in the streets that outlines the Wall's border. Parts of the Wall still stand and are placed throughout the city to remember. I took a walk out to East Berlin to see the East Side Gallery where a long stretch of the Wall still stands, covered in murals from 105 artists from all over the world. That's where you'll find the iconic image of the communist leaders kissing.
Other iconic sites include the government building ...