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... choices and to go easy on wounded knee. 25 € for the trip. On the ride into the city, the source of confusion between Sally and myself was finally understood. She had booked us to Adina Apartment Hotel and I had Googled the name to find the address. Alas, there are 3 different Adina Apartment Hotels in Berlin. She booked one and I found one of the others that made sense logically and had directed the cabbie to ...
... much better). We got checked in and went up to our room. Well, we have stayed in some pretty nice places over the years but this one ranked among the top! Highly polished Cherry wood (and lots of it), glass, crystal, electronics, soft lighting, etc. etc. It was a near new hotel and felt almost like an example for how many cool and functional amenities can you get into a luxury room.
After resting a bit and getting caught up on ...
... not least the controversial events of 1936.
The loyal locals tried their best and created a good atmosphere but in the end game itself was pretty average with Berlin losing 2-0, which was not unexpected.
Leaving the game the beers started to take some effect but we charged on with a brief stop to find an awol member of our group. The night turns a little blurry from that point with more beers and a few smoky bars and a late arrival home.
The next morning we awoke in search of a big greasy breakfast to cure our hangovers. Matt and Brad, a couple of Canadian twins we met the night before joined us on this epic hunt. Turns out they were as **** as us trying to find this grease fest so we reluctantly quit our search and contented ourselves with a mere bread roll and coffee. Fed, we set off to explore the ...
Our first day in Berlin was a Sunday. On Sundays the flea market happens. Imagine a flea market. That's what it was. Except they had exceptionally great iced coffee and very interesting bands to say the very least. Band A consisted of two men, a female and a cooler. Yes, I said a cooler like the red ones your find at home. Just pictures this: two guys playing guitars on both sides of a female, wearing a red dress with ...