The main station, Berlin Hauptbahnhof.The first thing I did in Berlin, grab a pumpkin spice latte from Starbucks!Ampelmann! This cute little guy was used in the former East Berlin as a crossing symbol. Now it is still used and you can always tell when you are in East and West Berlin, whether Ampelmann is there or not.The double brick line signifies where the Berlin Wall used to stand, since only some sections were preserved.The Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate)The outside of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin.Walking through the outside of the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe.The site where Hitler committed suicide. His bunker is underneath the walkway and could not be destroyed because it is 4 meters thick of concrete walls (bomb proof) The German’s decided not to memorialize the site because they did not want to bring supporters or to bring any negativity back to Berlin. His bunker is now home to sewage and it is a popular place to walk your dog so they may pee and poo where he died.The outside of the Reichstag Building.The Dome of the Reichstag Building.Inside the Dome!Inside the Dome, underneath the vortex looking structure is where German parliament sits.On the terrace of the Reichstag Building, looking over the city.Walking down the Berlin Wall on the East Side Gallery, a one mile stretch of the wall filled with modern art and graffiti.Visiting Checkpoint Charlie, the entrance and exit from the American West side to the Communist East Berlin side during the Cold War.We quickly stopped for some Currywurst a popular German fastfood! A hot dog type sausage, boiled instead of grilled, topped with a special ketchup with curry spice on top!The Berlin Cathedral and the fall leaves.