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... and Currywurst from the stall here! Or even the 1/2 a meter long hot dog! The buisiness district of Potsdamer Platz with it's tall modern architecture has a more sophisticated feel to it. It is also home to the very impressive Sony Centre, which houses lot's of shops and restaurants. The massive Berlin mall is also worth a visit in this area!
... The building has lots of glass. The dome on top us used to direct sunlight down into the plenary chamber to conserve energy.
The trip in the dome was accomplished by 2 ramps -- one going up and one going down. The view was really beautiful -- it gave a really nice view of the city of Berlin.
After the dome, we headed over to the Deutsches Historisches Museum.
Ok, here I go again. I didn't want to carry ...
... cuisine. I had a goat cheese plate for starter, liver with Brussels sprouts for my main course (I never get these things at home), and espresso ice cream for dessert. Others have much more exotic fare, such as wild boar or venison stew. We are having such fun and bonding so beautifully that we don’t even notice the passage of time. It is after 11pm by the time we get home. Great start to the ...
... I took the directions on how to get back to the apartment and I took photos of the shops at the Underground as I didn't want to repeat last night where I wandered about lost! I had a pre-purchased ticket for the Pergamon Museum for 11:00 so I had plenty of time to find it. I have to say the map that I was given with my Welcome Berlin Card is a nightmare. They have put every conceivable thing on it so that you can't actually find any street names! Luckily Philipe had a ...
It's hard to believe, but I’m already off to another city. After a short visit in Nuremberg, I continue my journey today to Berlin. Although I only spent a few days in Nuremberg, I can already see significant differences between this city and Munich, both in terms of the role they played during the reign of National Socialism, and in how they have attempted to reconcile with and commemorate that past.
The difficulty that Nuremberg ...