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Berlin

Location: Berlin, Germany

We had such a great time in Berlin. It is a city with so much history and we could easily have stayed there for longer but five days was all we had.

18 Apr 2008, 10:11PM

Cobblestones to mark where the Berlin Wall once was.

18 Apr 2008, 9:37PM

The Brandenburg Gate. You can see the big screen behind where we watched the soccer match.

18 Apr 2008, 11:00PM

Remains of the wall.

18 Apr 2008, 10:26PM

Matt walking through the Jewish Memorial.

19 Apr 2008, 12:56AM

The Berliner Dom. It was rainy and overcast all day then suddenly the sun came out.

19 Apr 2008, 12:31AM

Humboldt University where scholars like Marx, Lenin and Albert Einstein studied.

19 Apr 2008, 4:50AM

Matt enjoys his 500ml Becks.

19 Apr 2008, 4:37AM

Steph with her Currywurst - a German dish with sausage and a ketchup and curry sauce.

20 Apr 2008, 6:58PM

282 steps later this is the view from the Victory column in the middle of the Tiergarten.

19 Apr 2008, 7:49PM

Schloss Charlottenburg.

21 Apr 2008, 5:09AM

Inside the Reichstag, which is the German parliament. It has an amazing glass dome which gives 360 degree views of Berlin.



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The Brandenburg Gate. You can see the big screen behind where we watched the soccer match.

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Cobblestones to mark where the Berlin Wall once was.

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Matt walking through the Jewish Memorial.

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Remains of the wall.

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Humboldt University where scholars like Marx, Lenin and Albert Einstein studied.

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The Berliner Dom. It was rainy and overcast all day then suddenly the sun came out.

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Steph with her Currywurst - a German dish with sausage and a ketchup and curry sauce.

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Matt enjoys his 500ml Becks.

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Schloss Charlottenburg.

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282 steps later this is the view from the Victory column in the middle of the Tiergarten.

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Inside the Reichstag, which is the German parliament. It has an amazing glass dome which gives 360 degree views of Berlin.