Hotel Amelie Berlin
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... there are signs for shows & concerts all over the place. The city feels like Hamilton in a way - kinda gritty underneath, but with lots of creative, forward-thinking people leading the way into the future. And no one accosted us to sell us any kind of stupid tourist trinkets, which was refreshing in itself.
Breakfast on the Reichstag building was lovely - my eggs came with gherkins and a delicious creamy, mustardy salad. It's an interesting ...
... and French mother and who had relocated himself to Berlin. Certainly someone who could bring a unique perspective on the history of this pivotal place. The tour took us through all the highlights of Berlin and Jonathan added a considerable amount of narrative and background history. Berlin is a city that is still evolving. I remember the time of the Iron Curtain and the existence of the Berlin Wall. In fact, we have only reached the 25 year anniversary of ...
... raw.... On a bread roll with onions. A German tradition. Off on an hour boat trip alone the river. Whilst the commentary was in German, our German ears where on so we could understand quite a bit. There is lots of construction in Berlin as many of the old buildings are being restored and new ones build. The mix of the 2 is simply astounding. So much history and then so much development. Check Point ...
My friend recently came to visit her parents (who are on sabbatical) in Germany and we decided to do a swap where she would come to visit England and I would fly over with her to see Germany!!
This may sound bad, but after four days in Germany, the main thing that I took from my experience there was "the food is incredible!"
Seriously though, the Germans really know what they're doing. I had ...
... Look at those pics...IKEA, right? After orienting myself to my new neighborhood, I went out for a few groceries.