Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... his apartment is and where he goes to school in Kempten, Germany. There was a town close by that was having a yearly festival where they celebrate the cows coming down from the top of the mountain. This festival was very small town traditional Bavaria, Germany and moritz told me that this was as "German" as it was gonna get and it was. It was all I have ever imagine Germany to be like. Everyone was wearing lederhosen and little feathered hats and they only had ...
... Today, Checkpoint Charlie is a tourist trap. Only a small section of the actual Wall remains, and many of the sections have been used for artistic projects that I never found the art in.
Our next stop, the most hated building in World War II, and (jokingly-mostly) today, is the old Luftwaffe headquarters. This is where all of the orders for aerial bombing strikes during the War came from. This solitary building is solely responsible for the deaths of millions ...
... we find the right platform. Today we took a city train to central station to get on the train to Berlin, passed a few homeless people sleeping and few rooms which smelled like someone had just finished emptying their bladder. Conversely, central stations here are very extravagant and huge, it shows how public transit is supposed to be done, that and it doesn't smell like pee. So we went to the pride parade after ...
... candlelight. The food was amazing, Melissa and I split a pizza, while Alli and I shared a dessert, which was a vanilla cream and raspberry sauce. I of course also enjoyed a beer with my dinner! Overall it was a great first day in Germany with a fantastic ending.
We had another busy day Sunday beginning with the Jüdisches Museum (Jewish Museum). I really enjoyed this museum, it was a cross between being futuristic, artsy, and interactive. For example, they ...
... we were going to be digging deep. We actually laughed (a bit rude I know) when she said 28€. Berlin... You just keep getting better and better. Amongst other things, including a wonderful evening, saved faces and an insight into a place we were coming to love, Ed gave us Abandoned Berlin. A blog by a guy who breaks into abandoned buildings around Berlin, rates their difficulty and gives tips as to how you can go about it yourself. Thanks Ed, Just another reason to come ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking