art'otel Berlin Kudamm
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Great night's sleep at the Hotel Hecker in Berlin. We slept in a bit as breakfast would be served in the lobby from 6:30 -- 11:00 a.m. If you were ambitious (and a little dishonest), you could probably squeeze in breakfast and lunch at the same buffet.
Big German breakfast, with yogurt, lots of toppings, meats, cheeses, caprese, loads of bread, jam, butter, etc.
Josie really wanted to go to the Berlin Zoo, and we thought ...
... in Rome..), but it was actually kind of disappointing. Then, to ring in my 21st, we went on a bar hunt to find a "fruity drink" to celebrate properly. After finding a hopping beer garden, with no other form of liquor, we came across a bar and celebrated in style. Or as in style as you can with your parents and your 17 year old sister. Nothing like getting hit on with your underage sister (let's be honest, they were really hitting ...
... the seat in front!
German Wings got us to txl on time of course. Passport control and bag pickup was at the gate so we were into a taxi within about 10 minutes of leaving the plane. German efficiency for you!
Found the apartment but were a little early so went to the local cafe. Discovered that a latte macchiato is like a hot coffee milkshake. Whoops!
Werner met us at ...
... a glass of presco. left the cafe and found the supermarket bought supplies and my handy fold up Ikea bag came in handy to get the supplies back home. Ok now it is time to be brave and discover Venice. we make it to St Marco Square and OMG it is impressive but there are thousands of tourists. we just wonder threw the maze of people, find a little park as such and walk in away from the throng of the masses. ...
... famously dangled "blanket" out the window. From there we were told the story of the Brandenburg gate and Berlin's interesting relationship with the French. The highlight of the tour was probably the holocaust memorial which is a number of large concrete pillars arranged in a grid at varying heights. Walking through the memorial is designed to be a sensory experience rather than being spoon-fed facts. Our experience was marked by feelings of confusion, anxiety ...