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... windmills. By this time I was getting hungry so we left the museum and walked to a supermarket to get something to eat. On the way back to the museum it started to rain so we had to run for it. Lucky we didn't have too far to go.
Anyway, we got back and had a picnic lunch and then went through then New Building in the museum. This had five floors with planes, boats, trains and war displays. It was huge. Both Dad and I liked the plane section the best, ...
... for lunch. I wanted a chicken burrito but when it came out it had rice, black beans and sour cream in it. I let Dad eat it and then I just had a chicken sandwich.
After that we went to the Neus Museum. It was awesome. Dad and I got audio guides and we learnt a lot of stuff about the Egyptians. We also learnt how the war affected much of the ancient relics that were in museums in Berlin. ...
... and the went to find some lunch. We eventually got a kebab (not as good as the one in Italy) and then walked to the Pergamon.
On the way we passed the Fernsehturm (TV Tower), the old Cathedral and Museum Island - which contains about 5 museums; including the Pergamon.
There was a big line to get in but because we had booked we were able to walk straight in. We left our bags in the Cloak Room and then went upstairs and ...
... he is from Australia. He looked like a typical white rusta and was really chilled. First we sat in a park and introduced ourselves and he told us what to expect from the tour. We walked around the area of Kreuzburg which is another funky/edgy side of former east berlin, more so than friederschein. It's definitely much cheaper and less commercialised than other parts of Berlin which is why the alternative tour is here. We walked around stopping and looking ...
This morning we got up early, went downstairs for a coffee then walked back to our new favourite neighbourhood in Friedrichshain (where we had our Russian dinner last night). There was a flee market happening in one of the main platz. Nearby the market, we found delicious croissants filled with ham and cheese, so we walked around eating our breakfast and wandering through the stalls. Lots of great stuff! There was quite a bit of Danish modern ...