Playing in the clouds on a mountain covered with snow. If there is one positive of all the rain in the northwest this is it. Snow!!! This is heading down the lower part of Alpine at Summit Central in the Snoqualmie Pass. Pretty firm conditions, but any day on the mountain is a good time!
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Got there on a Friday and left after spending a weekend here. It felt similar to Vegas in that a weekend was more than enough time :) Actually, I would have liked to have explored the outskirts of the city or even got out of the city, but simply ran out of time. I went to the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House, both of which are worth visiting without question.
A bike tour with Fat Tire Tours was the first activity that I did when I got to Berlin and it helped out a lot with finding my way around. It is just a great way to get around to the sites without wasting any time. https://www.fattiretours.com/berlin/tours/city-tour Tour Highlights Brandenburg Gate Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Wall Nazi Architecture Site of Hitler’s bunker Victory Column Tiergarten Stop for lunch at traditional beer garden (price not included) Reichstag (parliament building) Bebelplatz Museum Island Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe Berlin Cathedral Potsdamer Platz Eastside Gallery Karl-Marx-Allee Oberbaumbrücke At Café Moskau there is a 9×15-meter mosaic entitled “Aus dem Leben der Völker der Sowjetunion” ( The Life of the People of the Soviet Union ), which was created in 1964 by Bert Heller.
Visiting a concentration camp was something that I wanted to do for really unknown reasons. I knew it would be more of a somber walking through a memorial knowing that this was just one of them. Probably had the best guide of any tour I’ve gone on ever, which definitely made it more worthwhile. https://www.insidertour.com/tours.php/cat/27/id/43/title/Sachsenhausen-Concentration-Camp-Memorial
This might be the most fun bike tour that I have ever been on. It must have been a combination of the guide and the group, because it didn’t cover as much as the other tours that I did in Berlin. However, it was simply fun. We were actually supposed to catch a train back, but the guide and group decided just to bike the whole way back. Well of course part way back one of the group’s Australians somehow broke the peddle on his bike.
For lodging I stayed at the Wombats. Overall, it was a good place to crash, but after doing tours every day I was there I simply didn’t hang out much. My roommates were from Canada and Australia who were all super nice. The 6 person room also had a private bathroom, which was also a plus. Oh, and it has a rooftop bar with some great views! https://www.wombats-hostels.com/berlin/ Wombats City Hostel Berlin