Romantik Hotel Kronprinz Berlin
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... I was initially unimpressed with what I saw… then we turned a corner and a collection of the most beautiful baroque buildings were spread out all around me! I spent two full days exploring the beautiful city that has only just started to return to some of the glory it had pre-WWII. It was bombed by the Allies in 1945 and most of the inner city was destroyed by the bombs themselves or the fire that raged through the city as a result. After the war Dresden was part of the ...
... psychologist, yes that's right, to make simple tasks like crossing the street less depressing in the communist sector of Berlin. Ampelmännchen, or little traffic light man, is now a tourist novelty. It is odd, but definitely noticeable when it changes back and forth with the boring normal stick guy every few blocks. Story 2: Apparently, the Berlin Wall came down after a series of dumb political efforts by East Germans. In an effort to appease ...
... nice and close to everything. We have bought a metro ticket which will last us 5 days and I am completely proud to say we haven't got lost in this massive city once ! So crazy ... Not lost once ! I can't believe me and michaela haven't been lost !!! Crazy !! Michaela Highlights in Berlin thus far..... The first night we went to a traditional German restaurant around the corner from where we are staying, Kathryn had a schnitzel and I had a "Flammkuchen Apfiel" (which ...
... we could hear the crowd chanting for their team. It was a real buzz how loud they were.
We managed to easily find our section and row but not our allocated seats so we just sat in some empty ones. We were up pretty high and the view we had was amazing. We could see the entire football arena and to the left of us was where all the mad fans were!!
The section behind the goals undulated and moved to the rhythm of the chanting. It was a sea of blue and white, ...
... many young people and international artists continue to settle in the city, and Berlin has established itself as a center of youth and popular culture in Europe. How life has changed since the Reunification!
I loved that there were so many veg’n eateries, two locations of an all-vegan grocery store and lots of bio-markets (organic food stores). Berlin has one of the highest number of vegetarian and vegan restaurants in the world. And I ...