A & O Hotel & Hostel Friedrichshain
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... combined with the fact the many job opportunities were found on the west side of Berlin, lead to people emigrating to the west side. Until the construction of the wall, approximately 3.5 million East Germans had emigrated from east to west, which totaled around 20% of the entire East German population. Many of the emigrants were also young and well educated people, which made the emigration even more devastating for the East German ...
... for seats so we sat across from a young couple like us. I noticed there bags were tagged with YYZ, the Toronto code so I asked where they were from. Their Canadian from Kelowna, being travelling for 2.5 weeks and leave Nov 14. They have similar travel stories to us, except they are staying in hostels. We had a flawless travel day. We transferred and got to Praha Liden on time, got money out from ...
... wall used to be, into the former American sector of West Berlin. There was a lot of history that was covered during the tour. I will need to come back to some of the key places we passed by and see them in more detail.
We made a small stop by a bakery/cafe and I ate a real good poppy seed pastry. We had to make our way back to Central Station to arrange for our tickets to Italy. So dinner was at McDonalds. I got to try the local curry value burgers, which were ...
Today was a big day! Try to get up early and go to the zoo and aquarium then off to the holocaust memorial and info centre, then to the museum of the Berlin Wall then off to the Christmas market to ride down the 150m snow tube hill!!! We got up and out of bed but not early! We managed to get to the zoo by about 11ish. We paid €20 for the zoo and aquarium. The weather was 9 degrees and a bit wet, so quite warm hehe. The zoo ...
... the ogrgeous lady lending us the flat) and we all went for tea in the park.
Well, if we weren't so cautious of the weather we would have gone all the way to the park. Instead? We sat in what you would describe as a giant sandpit with a terrible playground, a bench and the most unscenic views you have ever seen. It was spitting, but we were still deciding if it was heavy enough to go inside again. Oh and this picnic spot? You could see our ...