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Berlin: Itinerary & Acco help pls

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Hi,

Here are some of the things I’d like to see/do while in Berlin:

Brandenburg gate
Checkpoint Charlie
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Museumsinsel – keen on Pergamonmuseum
Berlin Cathedral
Reichstag (have booked online appt)
Evening buzz in Mitte

Besides the aforesaid:

Hang out at Potsdamer Platz
East Side Gallery in Friedrichshain / Berlin wall
Views of the city from top of Park Inn Hotel (Worth it after going in the dome of Reichstag?)
Alexanderplatz
Rowing in Neur See – if the weather is not too hot
Gas lanterns open air museum at dusk for the illuminations
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church

Are the abovementioned attractions do-able in 3 days without rushing too much? Day-light is on for 16 hours in Berlin now & plus I don’t sleep very early.

Ideally, I’d want to stay near Brandenburg gate area. Would that be ideal to see the attractions mentioned? It must be a prime (read expensive!) area, I am sure!

Your thoughts are welcome!

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