Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... The walk home flew by and I did find that much awaited coffee. Berlin is a special city indeed and I have been pleasantly surprised by it. It is certainly a place I would come to again. If I were to describe it in three words, Ide say.....liberal, beautiful, and historic. More specifically however, I would say it holds four key attributes, .namely, bears, bodies, beer and bicycles. The bear is the cities symbol and you will find it interwoven into ...
... and then going for a great meal in the trendy neighbourhood of Fredrichshain.
The next day we walked a few KM along where the Berlin Wall once stood separating East and West Berlin. There's about a 1 KM stretch of the wall that is still standing and more than a hundred artists have spray painted sections of the wall. This area is known as the East Side Gallery because the gallery faces the east and this "expression" ...
... made and enjoyed a hot chocolate and coffee in the cafe while we waited. The day was nearly over by this stage so we dropped our shopping off at the hotel and had a walk around Museum Island while the light was golden and got some photos of the Berliner Dom (cathedral) before heading back to Alexanderplats for a currywurst dinner and a drink in the square. Had to fit in one last currywurst while in Berlin! We're off to Munich in the ...
... The lady at the front desk did not speak any English. Somewhere from the depths of my subconscious words just came rushing out in German and we discussed the whole thing, including why my name in my passport was different to that on the parcel (Rhiannon/Nonni) well that bit I ended up just saying Rhiannon is long and Nonni is short then sounding out the end non bit of Rhiannon and making it into Nonni. It was a bit funny. But our conversation lasted about 10 mins, On who sent it to ...
... the 4:45pm dinner, of course! -Spencer- We are currently at a German restaurant and we had schnitzel, salad and chips. The food is great in Berlin and it's sad to think that it is our last day tomorrow. I learnt many new facts about World War Two. I also love the Christmas markets here -KELLY LEE After lunch we returned to the hotel for a bit of down time. Some students visited the supermarket for supplies. I went to the supermarket for some German chocolate. We had to. Set in the ...