aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... all be moving in a few months. Politely declined Bens suggestions of late nightclub action - it did sound pretty cool - unfortunately we are not as young as we once were and can not stay out past mid night! There are so many funky night clubs and bars in Berlin, randomly set up on the side of the road/river, in unused rail yards and other crazy places - maybe another ...
... though I was super thrilled, I was also dead tired. But seeing their smiling faces, it just made me forget everything until they told me that they were going to take me on a day tour around Berlin and then go to their home which is an hour and a half drive from Berlin :-) I knew I could not walk. But they were kind enough to plan it for me. All of us took off and drove to a few places around Berlin. Had the original berliner ...
... point of the evening, I was getting tired so I figured it was time to head back to the hotel for some real sleep. I always try to get onto the local time zone right away to help with the jetlag.
Oh, just something to think about - even though a port-a-potty door seems locked…..may not always be the case! Haha.
This morning I felt great and the sun was shining, so I decided today would be a great day for a walking tour of Berlin. The tour group was ...
... of 40 or so tall columns filled with soil and plants on top. The columns are placed on a very unlevelled surface, making it a confusing experience to walk through. The purpose of this is to demonstrate the confusion and disorienting feeling Jewish people felt while following crowds and crowds of others when leaving Europe around the time of the war. While in this garden we again could hear life outside of it and get a few glimpses of what's out there, all the while feeling a ...
... was packed and all of the streets surrounding the Fan Mile were blocked off by police. We literally walked 3 or 4 KM just to make our way into the Fan Mile and that culminated with us (along with many others there to watch) hopping a fence to get where we wanted to go. The whole time, it was POURING. We were getting soaked and it was cold. When we finally made it, we couldn't move. The area was extremely busy, we were all getting rained on, and there were ...