1st Stop: Berlin
We've boarded an EasyJet flight from UK to Germany's capital, Berlin. First impressions of Germany? I love their "honesty policy" in their subway train station. Unlike in the Philippines and other countries, there are no ticket barriers going to the train platform. Of course you have to keep your ticket with you for any surprise inspection. They say that the fine if you get caught travelling without a valid ticket/pass is 40 Euros equivalent to 2,000 Pesos.
We joined a free tour around Berlin city on the first day of our trip. The meeting place was at Starbucks just 15 steps away from one of Berlin's well-known landmark, the Brandenburg Gate.
|The Brandenburg Gate|
|Our tour group|
|He's the guy in the middle. I wanted to make friends with him but I was a bit torpe.|
We went from one tourist spot to another all by foot.
|The Holocaust Memorial|
|The remains of the Berlin Wall|
|This how the Berlin Wall used to look like|
We also went to Reichstag building which serves a parliament building of Berlin to get a good view of Berlin at night.
|I still like Makati skyline better kahit polluted|
|Before anything else, we had German sausage for breakfast. There's a whole lot of variety to choose from.|
Note: Most of the pictures were taken by Cielo. Unfortunately, I'm a rubbish photographer.