Albergo Hotel Berlin
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... at 11pm - do their hair, makeup, outfit, etc - then go to bed. They sleep until 3am and then leave their house looking exactly the way they look once they woke up. Jess also confirmed this so Blake and I had no clue what to wear for a night out in Berlin. With a little help from Jess we were ready to go around midnight.
The first couple of bars we went to (clubs don't open until at least 2 am) were so cool! The first bar was called Lerchen & Eulen. It was a little ...
... Jewish. Germany itself had 42,500 facilities that carried out theses executions. Quite a sad and sombre place to visit, a place that history should never forget.It was a moving site, representing all the Jewish around the world that suffered from the holocaust.
Before we knew it, it was night time. We had seen all the sites, seen the thousands of ...
After negotiating the complex public transport system in Berlin (trams, Sbahn, Ubahn) we finally found a car park along tram route 10 and caught the subway to Checkpoint Charlie where we visited the Checkpoint Charlie Museum and read about the numerous heroic attempts to cross the wall and numerous checkpoints by tunnelling, hiding in car gas tanks, hiding in industrial equipment etc. So many people put ...
... good! I got noodles and chicken, Mmmm. Afterwards we went back to the hostel and I wasn’t feeling so great so I went to bed and the other girls went out. I’m not going to lie, but it was actually really nice to just rest after being on a bus all night driving to Berlin. Plus I got to chat with my French roommates because they weren’t going out since they had early plans for the next morning. They’re actually really ...
... It is an old bridge, made of red bricks with two small towers on it. Over the river is one of the remaining sections of the wall, about one km long and covered in art/graffiti on both sides. Not much of a barrier on its own, but when it is part of a series of walls, combined with lights, east guards with orders to shoot to kill etc, it would have been intimidating. Walked along it, then back over the river into what seemed a business section of town. Very little ...