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Trip Report I Love Berlin

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Like New York City and Paris, Berlin is a city I can visit over and over again and never get bored. I have visited Berlin several times over the years but this is the first time I am sharing this progressive and vibrant city with family.

An enjoyable trip to Alexanderplatz reminds me of some of the reasons I love this city. Surrounded by restaurants, shops and beautiful buildings like the Berliner Dom this is a nice area to spend some time on a summer afternoon.

We have a few orders of Currywurst before heading up to the 37th floor of the Park Inn. Here we take in spectacular views of the city for only E$3 per person. We lounge around for a few then head back down passing up an offer to take a flying leap of the 37th floor for only E$49.

Back in an area of Alexanderplatz I realized I just might have missed my professional calling.

Hello, Berlin!


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