Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... wall. Little did I know this was just random graffiti until I started walking the length of the Wall and stumbled upon the actual murals. There are a number of different themes along the wall and I very much enjoyed strolling along it taking in the work. I was disappointed to see so much graffiti across the murals however I guess that's just the reality when you have something outside accessible to everyone.
By the time I finished walking ...
... him 50 euro for all the great work he did. After a Satisfying lunch, Harry was feeling lots better, but the tour of the Berlin Wall wasn't over. We were headed to the Berlin Wall museum. After 5 hours of gross and yet incredible history it was time to return back to the Regent. Harry still wasn't up to task/mood of going out for dinner so we stayed in our room and ordered as much room service as our hearts ...
... wanted to improve the marshy land and decided to invite the experts), drank beer, and explored antique stores.
We miraculously met back up on the train platform. J and J napped on the ride back then we split for dinner. Jacqui and I had delicious Pad Thai while Jas abused his linguistic skills to get both free food and free beer.
We're having an early night tonight in an effort to actually make the tour ...
We woke up at 6.15am due to a piercing alarm through the hotel complex for a few moments. Then peace was restored, however our day was just starting. Packing our bags and checking out of the motel, we walked down to Oxford street and found a lovely cafe for breakfast. We went inside to pay our bill and walked out to teaming rain. With brolly at the ready, we bravely explored the stores in Oxford Street. It was ...
... Platz in honour of the anti-napoleon allies' occupation of Paris in 1814.