Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... and middle east artifacts on display here. A nice museum with lots to see.
After i finished with the Bode i decided to head back to the Pergamon and see if i can get in. This museum is undergoing renovations, so only half the stuff is on display, but there is still
lots to see. After waiting about 1hr i was able to get into this museum. I saw the alter of Pergamon, there was also a massive wall from a fort, as well as carpets ...
... who charged for their photos! We then went to look at a long segment of The Wall, complete with gaps through to the other side and heart wrenching "graffiti". Then into the Topographie Des Terrors. This is a new exhibition, built on the waste ground where once stood the Gestapo headquarters, SS central command and the Reich Security Main Office. All most hated places. The exhibition documents the brutal ...
... of business”, and actually shrugged (as well as one could shrug while holding a spraying penis...) and just carried on as if this was the normal thing to do....in front of all these people, in public. I couldn't bear it....but obviously he could!!
They love their baguettes. They buy them in groups of 2 - 6. They cannot NOT start eating them before they have left the bakery or grocery store or gas station or shoe store they have ...
... the whole of Berlin or something but got over that and decided to come home and rest up before heading out on the town tonight! Today Mila and I realized that Berlin is actually so small! Everyday we would get on an underground train and surface in a new part of town and get so excited cause it was so different to the other parts we had seen. Little did we know that everything is actually separated by a couple ...
Up until Europe I felt like I could go on travelling forever, but a
kind of fatigue has been setting in. Hopefully I'll get over it soon.
Maybe if we weren't moving so fast or if we didn't feel inclined to
go sight seeing every day. What a difference it is to Buenos Aires,
where we felt like we could stay in one place for two weeks. And look
how great that turned out! We made new friends and had a great time.
Maybe we need ...