Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... antique furniture and huge bouquets of beautiful fresh flowers on all the tables and the bar. The second bar called Vogelchen, was also very vintage, with a cupboard painted near a hole in the floor which had a staircase which led down to the lower level of the bar. I'm not sure if that makes sense, but I think that's what they are going for!
We walked to Berghain around 4am and Jess estimated the line to be at least an hour long. Berghain is the most famous and ...
... Mercedes and Audis, seems that's the common cars around here. It was time to settle for dinner. We went around the corner from our hotel to the local Beergarden. Schnitzels for 3. Hella yeah! 3, Litre beer, 3 schnitzels, 3 jagers then 2 Apple struddles. I sat there looking at my food thinking "it's about to go down". Well yeah it went down. It even went down all over my shirt. The custard from the ...
... on the line to either escape the East themselves or help others cross the Berlin Wall. We were amazed to learn that the Stasi border guards were under orders to shoot to kill rather than apprehend anyone trying the scale or breakthrough the wall. The open space dead zone east of Checkpoint Charlie is now developed with buildings and looks just like any other city blocks but the old photos and ...
... the race would still have been in progress, though we did see a few competitors now walking away from the finish with their medals and sacs of gear. Now that we were looking for somewhere to eat, there was nothing open here, a Mon-Fri part of town. Further along was all residential. Came across a Turkish restaurant but when we went in the food on display was covered in wasps feeding on it. Ended up back at Checkpoint Charlie where we looked at the display about the ...
We had a rather lazy start to the day and headed to the Jungerfernheide Park in search of the hogs who may have donated their knuckles for last nights tea. Unfortunately we didnt see any but spent a lazy morning walking around the park. We came across a section in the park with all this rope climbing in it. It was amazing there were so many different levels and lenths of rope, rope ...