The 5th day in Berlin was truly full of excitement. This was actually the day I’ve really been looking for, as I had arranged a Big surprise for my bestie, who I literally love a lot. I thought my bestie deserved sometbinv special for always being there for me. So I arranged 2 visits:
- Lunch and visit at the Rausch Chocolate House
- Visit and dinner with 360degree view of Berlin at the TV Tower
Coming to the 4th day of our trip in Berlin, we decided to check out Kurfürstendamm, as it is one of the famous places in Berlin, which is also perfect for some shopping.
We first went to the Nike store at the Europa Center Berlin. They really have some crazy stuff , but I didn’t buy a thing here at first 😛
We had some cake at Cafe Tiffanys at Europa Center instead 😀
We also visited the KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens. This is actually the 2nd largest department store in Europe, that features the famous “Luxury Boulevard”, including brands like Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Rolex etc. 😉
The funny part is, that we actually didn’t buy anything that day, and went home disappointed. Maybe we were so tired and it was a bit cold, so we checked the places out in a hurry.
L I F E I S G O O D <3
Hellooooo my dear lovelies!
Hope you’re all doing good. It seems like spring is not coming yet.. We had few days with some beautiful and gleaming spring-like weather, but now it’s been raining for like a week. OMG! Hopefully spring is coming in April, because we all know how awesome April is! ^_^
I’ve writing about my trip to Berlin, and decided to write a post on each single day. This time I’m going to tell you guys about my 3rd day in Berlin, so here we go! 😉
The 3rd day started off a bit hushed, and it was actually after our breakfast that we decided to visit the Museum Island on that day. We took the S-Bahn once again from our hotel to Hackesher Markt, and walked down the streets to the Museum Island.
This is actually the oldest ensemble of museums in Berlin, and includes the 5 museums below:
- Pergamon Museum
- Bode Museum
- Neues Museum
- Altes Museum
- Alte Nationalgalerie
Hope you’re all doing good 😉
I’m going to write about my trip to Berlin, in the coming few posts – I tell you, it’s a n amazing place! I haven’t travelled the past few years actually, because I’ve been focusing so much on my work and some personal issues, that din’t give me time to travel, but I finally did. I’ve never been to Berlin, and really wanted to, as many of my friends told me about how amazing this city is. In addition, I truly agree with them.
What I did wrong: I didn’t take my Canon 750D with me – WTF! – But I unfortunately didn’t have enough space in my trolley, and I really regret this! I was therefore supposed to use my phone that resulted in many bad quality pictures. Somehow I managed to get the best out it anyway 😉