Hotel Pension Streuhof Berlin
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There are also those hidden gem areas that aren't aswell known but equally worth a visit in Berlin as they offer a slightly alternative experience to the more central attractions.
The first of these which is a definite must for art fanatics and hipsters alike is the East Side Gallery to the east of the city. This preserved area of the Berlin wall has been ...
... drab looking apartment buildings on the east side, the famous university where Albert Einstein, Grimm brothers and many other famous people have studied and where the Nazi party destroyed and burnt thousands of books they believed were not in line with German beliefs. There were photographs of the books burning in the square outside the University. And of course the famous Berlin Brandenburg gate, a true symbol of freedom - as well as a few other places ...
Landing in Berlin is bumpy. The wind is blowing and black clouds are looming. It is a quick taxi ride to the hotel, and we are grateful that a room is available for us at 11am. Almost everybody else has already been here for a day or two. It is rare that I am among the last to arrive. Jonathan and I have our work cut out for us today, as we want to confirm the location for our welcome dinner tonight, and ...
Caught the train around 945 for the days journey to Berlin, passing through Hamburg. The countryside is much more open, the soils look darker and there seems to be more cereal farming. It is still very green and lush. I suppose summer is their growing season. Grant looked up their rainfall and surprisingly it is not as high as you would imagine. Stockholm is only 23inches. I guess things ...
... of a bar with creepy seedy men, had a drink and then called it a night. Chris walked us back to our hostel and it was sleepy time at 4.30 in the morning. The hostel has a no noise policy after 10am. Georgia wasn't very good at keeping to that and I certainly didn't abide either. We were lucky we weren't fined. Apparently it's 400 euro if you get caught making a ruckus. My day in Berlin was spent either in bed, doing my laundry or speaking to my Anna Banana at home. Still ...