Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... day in Berlin started off rather seedy but not so bad considering the night before, the plan was Hofbrau Haus for a German brunch and once we had dropped our bags at Richards it was onto the train, first thing to do at Hofbrau when you are feeling a little seedy is to get back on the horse so that's what we did with our first drink of the day being a Hefeirweisen which was knocked back with surprising ease. Brunch itself was a mouth watering selection of meat and ...
... like a well oiled machine. We bought our 1L ceramic stein, took it to the monk and he filled it up with his beer that they had been making since 1621. It was good.
Slightly full of ancient monk beer, we strolled through town looking for adventure. Best we could muster was an outdoor opera in the rain.
... that the company providing the anti-graffiti paint to protect the memorial was the same company that had produced the poison used in the gas chambers. Another disputed memorial are the Stolperstein. The Stolperstein (or "stumbling stones") was a project that was started by Berlin artist Gunter Demnig, in which the name and some information of a Holocaust victim are carved on a small bronze stone. The stone is then placed into ...
... separated from them by the Nazi regime. These families vehemently protested against the government and around 5,000 women took to the streets demanding that their husbands were returned to them. And guess what? They were returned to them. It just shows that if enough people complain and fight for what is right anything can happen. Our tour guide quoted the words of Edmund Burke, "all that is needed for the forces of evil to triumph is for enough good men to do ...
... them. I declined. What I thought was interesting was right next to Checkpoint Charlie is a McDonald's and down the block is a Domino's Pizza. But I had my thoughts for lunch on a more German dish. Apparently the Berliners love a snack called "Currywurst." I got mine right next to Checkpoint Charlie. At Maximillian's Original Berliner Currywurst at Checkpoint Charlie. It's a tomato-sauce-topped cut up sausage sprinkled with curry powder. Billed ...