Berlin is a fascinating city and one of Europe’s most exciting capitals! My last visit was the year the wall came down so returning after so many years was a thrill. Berlin is an exhilarating city for history, but it is also a creative hub for artists and musicians. The art scene, museums, and night life here are worth the visit alone! I stayed at the incomparable Das Stue, Berlin’s first luxury boutique hotels located in the peaceful diplomatic district but a short drive to the art, entertainment and shopping of the East and West sides of Germany’s capital city! Even if you are not staying here, plan on a dinner with famed Spanish chef Paco Perez one evening – you won’t be disappointed!
The Guests rooms & suites at Das Stue, the former Danish Embassy, are bright and chic and each one a bit different than the others.
Dinner by Paco Perez is an affair and not for the faint of appetite!!
Time to Explore Berlin!
Reichstag Building -Parliament
Great political art on parts of the Wall
The socialist fraternal kiss or socialist fraternal embrace is a special form of greeting between the statesmen of Communist countries. This act demonstrates the special connection that exists between Socialist states.
There are over 80 Christmas markets in Berlin alone! This is the thing to do in December for locals and tourists alike! So much fun!