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  • Hi guys, this is Berlin.

  • You probably can't tell, but right now

  • it's raining here in Berlin.

  • We flew with Ryan Air today, and it's our first time flying with Ryan Air

  • and the rules of Ryan Air are

  • you're allowed to bring two pieces of luggage on board carry-on, but they have to be a certain size

  • and it's a bit smaller than most other airlines, yeh, other airlines.

  • They also don't really have much space.

  • So, before you board, they usually tag your bag if they think that it's a bit too big or if they think there won't be enough space for it.

  • And so Jenny's bag got tagged.

  • And then so when we boarded they had to

  • put it into...

  • ...the hold.

  • Which was annoying because

  • the whole point of us bringing ONLY carry-on luggage

  • was so that we could just

  • get off the plane and go straight away.

  • Instead of having to wait for

  • the baggage belt to come around.

  • But it was okay,

  • we got here in the end.

  • And here she is eating her mandarin.

  • Our plane from Cologne to Berlin took roughly 1 hour 10 minutes

  • and then from there we caught a train to Berlin Hoptbahnhof, Which took roughly 30-40 minutes.

  • Yay! we arrived.

  • Guys! We are in Berlin now!

  • We are staying in the Meininger hotel

  • right near Berlin Central Station

  • Hauptbahnhof

  • We've just checked in to our hotel.

  • So this is the bathroom.

  • Toilet...

  • Pretty nice shower, it's pretty clean.

  • Mirror

  • and then over here we have a little wardrobe

  • and um...Anton's already made himself at home

  • with the double bed, and there's a single bed here.

  • And there's a nice little artwork.

  • The room's like a decent size, enough to walk.

  • Enough to walk around put your luggage and whatever.

  • TV

  • It's clean and there's aircon.

  • Look out and that's our view there.

  • Another hotel, I think it is.

  • So this is the hotel we're staying in

  • and look, right up here is the train station.

  • Look how convenient it is.

  • We're just going on a hunt for some dinner now.

  • The thing I love about Europe is that the sun sets really late.

  • It's like almost 7 pm right now and it's still really bright.

  • It's like the middle of the day or something.

  • Today will be our last night before Jenny flies home.

  • And then we're gonna continue the rest of the journey just the two of us.

  • The cool kid's leaving

  • Whatever

  • The cheap kid's leaving.

  • By the way, that's her Tomorrowland hat that she bought from Tomorrowland.

  • How much did it cost you?

  • 35 euros.

  • 35 euros!

  • 55 Aussie.

  • Yep, 55 Aussie.

  • Pretty cool, it is pretty nice.

  • Don't run away while I'm trying to film it.

  • One thing I've been loving about Europe, is the Fanta here.

  • for some reason it tastes different.

  • Yeh, it tastes different here.

  • - It tastes like orange juice with bubbles. - And if you can see the colour

  • it doesn't look as orange.

  • You know how like

  • I don't know if in the US it's the same,

  • in Australia, the orange

  • the orange in the Fanta is

  • like this orange here.

  • But then here, it's more like a golden colour.

  • A: It's like orange juice mixed with a

  • - Soda - Yeh

  • Pretty nice, I like it.

  • So we're just walking down Friedrichstrasse.

  • Our receptionist told us to

  • come down this street and he said there's lot of food.

  • Uhh...the problem is

  • all the food we've been coming across is just International foods.

  • So we've come across an Indian restaurant

  • a Vietnamese restaurant

  • a Thai restaurant

  • Italian restaurant...

  • ...another Italian restaurant...

  • ...but we're yet to come across anything German.

  • Which is the whole reason why we're in Germany...

  • Yay! We finally found a place.

  • We wandered down the street and we came to this restaurant.

  • We noticed it, because if you can see outside

  • there's tables.

  • So the menu is handwritten, which is what really caught our eye.

  • Usually when you go to a restuarant and it's all handwritten, it means that

  • they probably use ingredients that are

  • fresh from the day.

  • And they probably change their menu quite often

  • so that's why we really wanted to try this place.

  • Here's the inside of the restaurant.

  • Quite a quaint little place.

  • It's really cute. Got a little bar.

  • We had to be special today

  • and we ordered some special drinks.

  • I got cherry juice.

  • Jenny got a rose

  • a French rose.

  • And then Anton got a craft beer

  • So we just finished having dinner,

  • and we tried to catch the S-bahn

  • to get back to Hauptbahnhof

  • which is near where our hotel is

  • but the problem is,

  • we caught one station

  • and then it ended

  • and then it said that we had to catch a bus

  • because the line had construction or something.

  • - I don't know what they're doing. A: Denied!

  • And then we didn't know any signage and we didn't understand anything

  • and so we finally found it

  • and then we got on the bus

  • and then now we're back

  • at our place.

  • So...

  • sometimes random things just happen

  • and you just gotta be prepared for it.

  • I mean, we probably could have walked faster...

  • But yeh, umm...

  • well dinner was really good at least

  • and we're finally home

  • and then we're gonna go on a walking tour tomorrow.

  • Oh no!

  • So short!

  • This was our first time in Berlin

  • and before leaving,

  • we had heard from many of our friends

  • that there is so much history to learn about Berlin.

  • As we were travelling on a budget,

  • we decided to join a free walking tour

  • to learn all about the history.

  • So here in Berlin,

  • they built a French cathedral on this side

  • for the French.

  • And then they thought: "ok...

  • ...on the other side, why not build one for the Germans"

  • But, what's not visible to the naked eye

  • is the fact that

  • there is a difference between, this one and that one.

  • Supposedly, the German one is a bit taller than

  • the French one, just by 14cm

  • according to our guide.

  • So, we just finished our free walking tour.

  • It was interesting to learn a bit of modern history

  • cause so far on our trip

  • most of the cities that we've visited

  • A: Very old W: Yeh, very old history.

  • It's all stuff that isn't even in our lifetime.

  • The wall just only came down in '89.

  • A: So, I was very very young W: We were alive

  • A: Obviously we wouldn't comprehend it at that age

  • The amazing thing is, if you walk along the street

  • and if I see anyone on the street right now who is older than I am

  • and they're German,

  • they technically would have experienced

  • like, been through that experience.

  • W: That's just amazing A: So, it was 28 years.

  • The thing with the wall was, it was overnight that they put up...well, they didn't build the wall overnight...but

  • they put barbed wire, to separate the East from the West.

  • Overnight!

  • So, if you were on one side, and your family was on the other side.

  • You'd be stuck there.

  • A: Yeh, you're there. That's it!

  • A: Your next 28 years...you don't even know it yet,

  • A: but, that's it.

  • This is call the "Miss Piggy"

  • It's basically a pork shank

  • and this one is a pasta.

  • J: Porcini, mushroom pasta

  • and this one's called "Mish Mash"

  • It's got sauerkraut

  • mashed potatoes

  • sausage, and what's that?

  • A: It's a Rammon steak...

  • R-A-M-M-O-N

  • Wandering

  • Winny

  • Thanks for watching guys

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  • See you in the next video.

Hi guys, this is Berlin.

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EUROPE TRAVEL VLOG #13: BERLIN - Perfect for the HISTORY BUFF! - Jenny's going home!

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    Winny Luong   に公開 2017 年 06 月 23 日
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