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... how during these 6 days traveling alone I've actually really miss Vienna and started to get home sick! Oh Vienna what have you done with me! Although Vienna might not be as beautiful architectural wise as Prague, or as big and artsy/punkish as Berlin. Vienna has a certain charm that I cant quite pin point, but through all this travelling I've become more and more convince and happy about my decision to got o Vienna! Absolutely no regrets! Oh how I'll miss you Vienna when I ...
... was to the political members who died as a result from Third Reich. Near the back end of the Reichstag there was markings in the cobblestone which represented where the Berlin wall existed. Half of our group was in East and the others in West. Was a good reminder for the people of Berlin and was touching to see how they remembered their dark history.
Next we headed to the Brandenburg Gate which is an icon of Germany and was completed in 1791. It ...
... seat us because we "didn't have a reservation". We found an even better place to eat, so that was ok. I had sausage, sauerkraut, a pretzel, and a flight of beer! It was delicious and everything you would expect to find in Germany.
After lunch we went to the Brandenburg Gate and took some great photos with these very animated actors in military uniforms. They were not shy about hugging us and kissing our hands and cheeks, but very entertaining. On the other side of ...
... to be blown away as I entered the museum. I am looking at a giant gate, the Market Gate of Miletus, an important example of Roman Architecture and I feel as though I have entered another world, I am walking through a real Roman Gate into a Roman City. What a wonder it must have been in it' s day. Just when I think it cannot get any better we are at the Ishtar Gate of 6th century B.C. Babylon. It's size is overwhelming and it has been reconstructed from fragments ...
Berlin was my father's favourite city, both as a child growing up in Leipzig and after reunification on several visits. We now understand why. Although the city changed radically after the war, and its recent history is heavily impacted by the wall, it is an amazing place from many perspectives.
Our apartment is perfect. It is nice to have a little more room as we are here for 4 nights. We are on the 17th floor in one of a ...
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This place is walking distance to the major Berlin attractions
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.