Myer's Hotel - Berlin
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... for views of the city. The weather today is cloudy & drizzling, but we could still see quite a bit of the city. The dome is clear glass for a reason - to symbolize to the people that the government is transparent. We also visited the Neues museum, famous for the bust of Nefertiti, one of the most copied works of ancient Egypt. We didn't have much time before we had lunch reservations at La Soupe Populaire. ...
... br> Another impressive beer garden.
And yet another corner pub with nice outdoor seating. Can't we have a few of these out in the suburbs? Oh, have I already beaten that drum before?
For the bikers. Some pub or takeaway shop had this set of tools for use in case someone needs to do some running repairs on their bike.
Finally game ...
... party at her lovely flat near tierpark.. Which Paul and I have learnt this week means animal park! We have found this funny tv series called extr@ which is almost a German version of the 90s classic 'friends' - even the intro music is similar. It's all in German however spoken quite slowly with very universal sitcom themes which make it easy for us to understand. I think it was designed for those speaking German as a second language. It's ...
... subway. The same tiles that once were the foundation for the most terrifying room in the world, are now being displayed in a traditionally undesirable area, covered with graffiti, used (and abused) by millions of people every year, including huge numbers of minorities and Jews. The irony in this cannot be overstated. I hope Hitler is rolling over this in bloody hell.
The group left the Underground and headed towards a seemingly uninteresting square. ...
... Of course they had a huge assortment, and our eyes were definitely bigger than our stomachs until a German lady stood there watching us all condescending like. She hurried up our decision and we let her go ahead of us. The lady selling us the pastries didn't speak English though. So Stephanie pointed at these apple fritter looking things and I pointed at this moon pie thing. When she asked about how many we wanted, she ...