aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... I headed across the river to Burgermeister, a burger stand operating from a renovated public toilet. That's something you don't see everyday. Now my feet were killing me and debate whether I should continue walking or jump on the U-Bahn. I opted for the U-Bahn and headed back to Potsdamer Platz and then walked back to the hotel on my tender tootsies and waited for the night to fall so I could head back out and try to get some night shots around Brandenburg ...
Today we're due to catch up with Cindy and her new partner, Erik. Prior to that Glenys took a bike out and rode to the Berlin Hauptbahnhoffe to inquire about our train tickets to Warnemunde. Between that and our chats with Jurgen I think we have a 26Euro ticket sorted. I didn't go out this morning, soaked my feet and generally had a scrub up and tidy. Felt good to do nothing after all the running around we've been ...
... t work and I couldn't cancel a pending request for the same time period so I was beginning to panic. It turns out you can only cancel a request on the website and I solved the card issue with paypal.
The front door, out the back of the the building. Pretty ordinary looking so far.
But a very multicultural area judging by the names on the buzzers.
The whole suburb was superb. ...
... to head to Paddington Station to board the Heathrow Express, a 15 minutes train trip for $30 AUS. Sorry Governor, says the friendly train conductor. A train has caught fire on the express line and the service is not running until further notice. Ok. We buy tickets for the metro train and fortunately asked how long the trip was. Well, 1&1/2 hours would have seen us miss our flight. Ok. Taxi it is. And $114 ...
... to look at and learn about German history that pre-dated this time. As the tour guide was keen to emphasise that there is a lot more to Germany than the fifteen year blip between 1930 and 1945. As a side note for those of you wondering. Yes, I did make a donation to the tour guide at the end of the tour. Given there were about 25 of us, it is actually a pretty lucrative gig for him. There are a few more walking tours that I will do over the ...