Acama Schöneberg Hotel+Hostel
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... were finally near the door. Jess told us to unzip our coats and try to look like we could care less whether we get in or not. Pressure was on. The few scrubby looking guys in front of us got in - our hopes were high, but for everyone that was let in, the same amount of people were rejected! The bouncer spoke in German to Jess and she replied. Blake began to usher us through the door when Jess told us that he said we would not be getting in this evening. WAH WAH WAAAHHH. ...
... had a few drinks and spoke to all the locals. The bartender was a Scottish guy that moved to Berlin only recently. There were a few Germans in there too. The bartender, John, talked for ages and enjoyed our company. We even got heaps of free jägermisters souvenirs! A guy from Costa Rica came and sat next to me and we chatted for about an hour. When I went to the bathroom, I got offered cocaine from ...
... subway to the zoological gardens which is Berlin's upscale neighbourhood with a buzzing nightlife visiting the ruins of the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church complete with shrapnel and bullet marks in its walls and bad a bite to eat at one of the many street food stalls. We then caught the subway to Alexanderitz area and the Berlin Television Tower which was another area buzzing with the nightlife until 10:00 ...
... design at the other side of the square. Wanted to get some concert tickets for Kev's birthday but there are no concerts on this week. Another km or so on we came to the Holocaust memorial, 2711 tomb like slabs laid out in regular rows, but of varying sizes and some at varying angles. Quite striking. Just along the road is the Brandenburg Gate, once another checkpoint in divided Berlin. Has a chequered history with Napoleon stealing the statue from the top, but it ...
... to communicate with. She even helped direct us from the train station to her place by public transport. When we first entered she thought we were a couple, which I thought was hilarious. Her new cat is pretty energetic. It runs around everywhere and has big curious eyes.
I am going to rest some more tonight and explore more tomorrow. We plan to stay for the full week. I've heard a lot of fantastic things about Berlin. Can’t wait 'till tomorrow!
-- Ryan ...