Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... think about what the next 4 months, I look out the window and see the plane which I will be flying on. The morning before my flight was full of rain, snow, and ice. It was cloudy and misty, and I got my shoes soaked stepping in slush. Looking out the window as we get close to boarding, I see sunshine reflecting off the plane and cannot help but think of the symbolism of it all. The future is bright. ...
... to orientate oneself to the city and to learn interesting facts along the way. A good deal for 9 Euro.
The site of Hitler’s bunker is actually a parking lot now. The sign to mark the spot wasn’t erected until 2005. They did not want this site to become a shrine for any Nazi supporters. Understood. But tourism allowed for this sign for historical purposes only.
The remaining stretch of the Wall is also somewhat protected and it gives an eerie feeling ...
... of the tour was when he took us to a squat. A squat is a name for an abandoned area where people take the space and often set up their own homes. Some of the homes are sheltered and some people simply set up tents. Others actually build a house. As it turns out, our guide lives in this squat. It's not because he is homeless or couldn't afford rent elsewhere - he just liked the area, the people, and would rather save his money for travel than pay ...
... sit on the washing machine the whole time. Eventually we left the house. The girls went to H&M and I talked to my most beloved and we all got lunch in the shopping centre. After that we left for our excursions for the day. After a long train trip we went to the checkpoint Charlie museum. It was huge and mainly just walls of text and it was like a 20th century history textbook, with all Truman doctrine and Cuban missile crisis stuff etc. ...
... more Australians!). We spent the day shopping for much needed items which we forgot to pack (read: more underwear). We had a fantastic lunch at a nearby burger stand. After that we went back to the hostel and, after dinner, played card and board games with Luke, a guy from Venezuela and two Israelis. Friday was a big day. We took a train out to Oranienburg to visit the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. It was a thoroughly depressing, sobering, ...