Last post of a Berlin Trip series.

Who knew Berlin was so photogenic? And that the Sony Center Berlin makes for such an attractive centerfold.

After a couple big ‘ol frosty steins of hefeweizen at a random restaurant in the centrally-located Potsdamer Platz neighborhood, I weave over to the Sony Center and take the best photos of the trip. I’ve found that a few drinks actually improves my:

  • Speaking in public,
  • Golfing,
  • Sex,
  • Taking photos and
  • Telephone interviewing for a job

Although there’s definitely a point of diminishing returns. Also worth noting, a cocktail or two tends to have a deleterious effect upon:

  • Driving,
  • Taking the SATs,
  • Scrapbooking,
  • Painting my nails and
  • In-person interviewing for a job

The Sony Center Berlin is a futuristic building containing a mix of shops, restaurants, a conference centre, hotel rooms, rented suites and condominiums (I could see myself living here), offices, art and film museums, cinemas, an IMAX theater, a small version of Legoland, and a “Sony Style” store. If you’re sightseeing in Berlin and it’s a rainy day, this is the place to go.



1) View across the street from Sony Center Berlin:

View from Sony Center Berlin


2) Inside Sony Center Berlin.

Sony Center Berlin


3) Berlin Film and Television Museum (Deutsch Kinemathek Museum fur Film and Fernsehen). I didn’t really enjoy this museum all that much, but then I’m not a film buff. By the way, The Germans love their Marlene Dietrich.

Berlin Film and Television Museum


4) Building next to Sony Center

Building Next to Sony Center Berlin

Read the entire Berlin series.

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