We stayed at Concorde Hotel which is a street away from Kurfürstendamm, a very long boulevard housing many famous designer brands like LV, Gucci and Bvlgari. Things are extremely expensive there. However, there are couple of souvenir shops that are worth looking at. The souvenirs all around Berlin are pretty much identical – fridge magnets, postcards and so called fragments of the Berlin wall.
Along the street of Kurfürstendamm, there were many impressive glass displays featuring all sorts of clothing and wares.
Mercedes Benz display in front of Mercedes Benz store
When I first saw them, I wondered why these glass displays were never vandalised. But soon I found one glass display with a cracked display. I guess someone tried to break into it.
We saw a number of people walking their dogs along Kurfürstendamm. Some responsible owner would pick up the dogs’ poo and disposed them. Some just leave them as it is. But some rich ones dispose them off at one of the ‘poo deposit machines’.
Check out the lookout point on top of the train station
Further down Kurfürstendamm, we can see…
The Chinese restaurant looks like its being squashed by the building on top.
F*ckfashion anyone?? (see the word below the word “xes” in the watermark)
3 thoughts on “Berlin, Germany – Kurfürstendamm and its surroundings”
hahahahha in UK you got fcuk and in Germany u get F@ck fashion! that Chinese restaurant is located at such an odd place.
I like the architecture of the city. Clean and classic yet modern.
We should have these poo-deposit machines here so we can bring our dogs into malls 😀
looks like a cool trip dude! so hows was the nightlife there!