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Watch Me Stroll Berlin

Ey up! It’s me again, and this week am throwing back to me pre the Rona trip to Berlin.


I’d just flown direct from me Amsterdam Jollies to Berlin, where I stayed at the Easy Hotel in Mitte. A very central location packed with boutiques and bars, and an easy walk to the main sights. So, that’s exactly what I do in this part. I’ll show you how to walk the main sights in a day, with a few cheeky stops at my fave spots.

Starting at my hotel by U Bahn Rosenthaler Platz, I cut through Hackescher Markt to channel my inner Lena as I stroll Museum Island where she filmed her music video for ‘Beat to My Melody’.

I have a glance at the Berliner Fernsehturm and Dom, then head down Unter den Linden to Humboldt University’s book market. Walking over to Französische Straße to nosh a snack at the Ritter Sport cafe, and grab a brew in Galeries Lafayette’s fancy French food court, then over to marvel at choccie art at Rausch Schokoladenhaus.

I look up at the window where Michael Jackson once hung his baby from at the Adlon Hotel, then walk you through the Brandenburg Gates past the Bundestag, through Tiergarten, stopping at the Jewish Memorial maze and over to the Sony Centre on Potsdamer Platz.

I then go over to Kreuzberg to show you the Old Berlin Wall transformed into the East Side Gallery, and start to get me hipster vibes on along Warschauer Straße as I swing into Shakespeare and Sons book store to have a flick and nosh a bagel….

Yes, my feet were bloody burning off by the end of this ambitious day out.

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For posts about the places I visited in Berlin, have a look here. Any other questions about the trip, get in me comments, love!

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