Wilkommen to In ihm fur das honig!
There is not a foreign city I have visited as many times as Berlin but I still feel as though I am only scraping the surface of what it has to offer. Museums alone could take well over a month, theatre, opera and revues another week or two, exploring bars, beers and foody delights could be infinitesimal.
There’s obviously loads more Berlin has that I’ve not squeezed into those categories but i want to get on and upload pictures so you can see some of the stuff (ancient works of art, massive mammals and ornate architecture and so on) that I saw.
The Victory Column. Lots of wars fought. Lots of peoples defeated. Pretty in the sunshine though.
Ein mann. Walking along deserted streets on Himmelfahrt/Vatertag. Ascension Day and Father’s Day respectively. This particular Vater got bought an asparagus lunch.
Living in Hell?
A Panorama as seen from top deck of the number 200 bus.
Weihenstephan Tradional Dunkel beer (halb) at Hackescher Markt on a sunny afternoon. Treat!
Here are some of the ticket stubs and ephemera collected in my 3 days in Berlin. A useful reminder of where I went.
- To the Markisches Museum near Jannowitzbruke and the river Spree to see collected artifacts, coins, weaponry, music players and room set-ups giving an impression of Berlin and the area through the ages. My favourite items in this museum were the ceramic tea cups with a special lip to protect massive Kaiser Moustaches and the mesh moustache guards.