NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee
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... it out there.
After the East Side Gallery we headed back onto Museum Island to visit the most famous museum in all of Berlin, the Pergamon Museum. When we found out about this we were both very surprised because this museum doesn’t deal directly with German history but instead it houses full size reconstructions of ancient Roman, Babylonian and other items that were discovered by German archeologists during the late ...
... in East Berlin. They now have a store where you buy things with either the "walk" or "don't walk" characters on it. I got a couple things because I think it's a pretty cool part of their history.
Berlin is different than almost every other city I've visited on this trip because its history is mainly modern. Most of its old buildings were bombed during the war, and those who survived or were rebuilt are less significant than the war and its landmarks. ...
... of Berlin.
Along one road in the south of Berlin I took a wrong turn and to my horror was confronted by a KPMG building (Noli Me Tangere!). It was surprising since this did not seem like the business district of Berlin.
I went and saw 12 years a Slave in German at the cinema (Kino) the other night. The entire movie except for the singing parts was dubbed in German. Needless to say, I did not understand a ...
... to improve their German! I met up with everyone at Alexander Platz and we ventured into the Christmas markets. They were quite big and even had an ice skating rink in the middle. We all enjoyed a Gluhvein and feuerzangebowle and chatted and laughed and chatted and laughed for a good 3 hours. We then all went for a walk, looking at the various stalls and munching on the delicious snacks. It was so much fun and for the majority of the day I spoke in denglish. Mostly on the Deutsch ...
Berlin is a city of Museums and Galleries (170 at last count), and the foremost of these museums are located on the Museum Island of Museumsinsel. This island was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Today is cloudy and overcast and it is threatening to rain - a perfect day to explore museums. Unfortunately we are not the only ones to think this and the queue is long to get tickets, but the upside is that you can get tickets for all 5 main museums at ...