It is just as fantastical as the first day. It's full of red and yellow leafed agains the green grass. Nature just rocks. I took a few landscape photos throughout the day. We walked to museum Island again, and pass the Reigstag. I ate my very first wurst, and it was the perfect amount of greasy and chewy. Rebecca had also wanted to buy Ritter Sport chocolates for her brother for Christmas who had never gotten the chance to travel. We ventured all through Berlin to try and find different flavors. Eventually we came to the actual Ritter Sport shop and cafe. I bought a mint Ritter sport which was delicious. It was creamy and the mint marzipan spilled out of the center. I also had one of their special flavored hot chocolates which was nougat flavored. The melted actual chocolate to make the hot chocolate.
Rebecca and I ended up discussing how different countries measured commercial success. Some franchises measure it in how much of the stuff the people buy (quantitative), while others measure it in what their product is known for (populate for qualitative).
Towards the end of the day I naught a piece of the Berkin Wall and plan on making it into jewlery. Let's see how that turns out