Main Station Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we went on not one, not two, but three tours! It was a busy day and I didn't sleep super well last night, so it was a little bit of a challenge towards the end of the day to continue with all the walking. The first tour was my favorite. We went to the site of resistance in Berlin, where the movie Valkyrie was filmed. The tour guide told us about the ways that people of Berlin helped the Jews - by hiding them, taking passport ...
... under the World Clock. This is a place that all Berliners know, so it's easy to converge there. Adrian has been out to Australia several times as an exchange student and has stayed with us on occasion, so it was nice to catch up. We went to a eatery that he knew of and this is where I spotted these Asian guys order a metre of beer. A one metre long serving tray with 200 ml glasses of beer lined up. It looks very impressive ...
Hotel right off main Kurfürstendamm, heart of the shopping, so we grabbed a hop on/off bus to get our bearings before two days of walking. Everyone drives Mercedes, tops down! Even taxis are often Mercs. Did the driveby of the many embassies, stunning architecture unique to each. Russia had about two blocks to itself. The Reich parliament, Dom cathedral and Museum island Returned to the Potsdamer platz, home to ...
... for a walk around town. The shops were mostly empty, apart from glass bottles of milk. We saw a money exchange place so the Russians changed some money. They had a rate posted for Aussie dollars, which surprised me. I had 10 Russian roubles I was keeping as a souvenir so didn't change money, and I had some food with me. We found the local museum and wandered in, one of the ladies working there gave us a tour (my Russian friends translating for me) and then took ...