The best sights in Berlin, Germany were:
1) GARDEN DER WELT – Gardens of the world, Eisenacherstrasse 99.
2) BOTANISCHER GARTEN – Botanical Garden, Unter den Eichen 5-10 & Konigin Luisestrasse 6-8.
3) BRANDENBURGER TOR, Brandenburg Gate – The Gate of Peace, Pariser Platz & The Room of Silence at the Brandenburg Gate.
4) HOLOCAUST DENKMAL, Holocaust Memorial, Cora-Berlinerstrasse 1.
5) JUDISCHES MUSEUM BERLIN, Jewish Museum, Lindenstrasse 9-14.
6) EAST SIDE GALLERY, Muhlenstrasse.
7) KATHE KOLLWITZ MUSEUM, Fasanenstrasse 24.
8) MUSEUM FUR FOTOGRAFIE, STAATLICHE MUSEEN ZU BERLIN, Museum of Photography, Helmut Newton’s Exhibition. Jebensstrasse 2.
9) MUSEEN DAHLEM, Dahlem Museum, Lansstrasse 8.
10) MARTIN GROPIUS BAU, Martin Gropius Museum, Niederkirchnerstrase 7. Anish Kapoor’s Exhibition.
11) TOPOGRAPHY OF TERROR, Niederkirchnerstrasse 8.
12) MUSEUM BLINDENWERKSTATT OTTO WEIDT, Rosenthalerstrasse 39.
13) SACHSENHAUSEN MEMORIAL AND MUSEUM, Strasse der Nationen 22.
14) THE PERGAMONMUSEUM, Bodestrasse 1-3. Their Ladies Room, need a deodorizing crew ASAP. It opened at 10 am, a lot of women including myself, refused to enter at 10.25 am because of the odor.
15) TURKISCHER WOCHENMARKT, Maybachufer.
BEWARE OF THESE 3 RIP-OFF PLACES:
1) POTSDAM, should be called DAMPOTS. Neues Palais require visitors, to wear a pair of gigantic slippers over their shoes. None of their staff wore them, they are hazardous to walk upstairs. I refused, I walked out to request my money back. They called me stating, "You do not have to follow our rules". Half of their rooms, are not open to the public. Their lawns need to be mowed, their statues outside and on their ceiling are black, they need to be pressure washed, including all the statues in Potsdam. Signs are poorly visible, it is very difficult, to get into town to find a restaurant.
2) CHINESISCHES TEEHAUS, a Rococo-style Chinese Teahouse is absolutely beautiful to look at from outside. Do not pay any euros to step inside, it takes 15 seconds to see not much.
3) DALI DIE AUSSTELLUNG, Salvador Dali Museum, Leipziger Platz 7. Very steep ticket prices, paid for 2 tickets. The clerk said to me, "Leave all your valuables with me, including your camera, I will place them on my shelves, behind my desk, we do not have lockers here". The shelves were empty, no tourists were in sight. I refused, I asked for my money back. She requested my address, I gave her my hotel address.
She requested my USA address, I refused. She said, "You have to speak to my supervisor, I cannot refund you, until I get it". Her supervisor was stern and robotic, she did not specify my past, my present or my future USA address. I wrote whatever I chose, I got my 22 euros, I danced out of their door.
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