aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... but it really is a building site, as they construct more new Ubahn stations. Strolled through Galleries Lafayette, with Eiffel Tower inside, then shopping precincts called Quartier 205 and 206, very upmarket, and then into Gendarmenmarkt, Berlin's "most beautiful square". Looked at outsides of Concert House and French and German Doms. Watched amazing man blowing huge soap bubbles across the square. Next the Bebelplatz, site of the Nazi book burnings in 1933. Simple ...
... and huge size of the city. Now that I've spent some time seeing what the place has to offer, I am a lot more likely to return.
I was wondering whether to go out for breakfast or just buy some groceries instead. Since I'm in an apartment, I figured that groceries was the more economical option. I'd tried to get some last night but arrived at the store too late. As I'd discovered too, eating out for breakfast isn't a very big thing here either. Even at 8.30 in the ...
... Unter den Linden" which is a famous avenue in Berlin with beautiful trees surrounding it. At the end of Unter den Linden is the Berliner Dom which is a cathedral. By this time the sun started peaking out which made the view of the Dom amazing. Green gas and blue skies really made this worth seeing. We then took the bus and made our way to a food festival where we ate sausages and drank beer for a little (mind you this whole time the weather is unbearable! ...
Today we decided to visit some of the sites we went to on the bike tour. it was a fantastic way to see the sites and then go back to some of the more interesting ones to take a deeper look at. On the tour we only briefly discuss the site as there is so many to take in. It's hard to believe that the Berlin Wall and the Cold War was so recent. 28 years the wall divided the democratic west from the communist controlled east. Berlin being the heart of it. First stop we walked ...
We are staying in an inner part of the old East Berllin area - along with all the other funky young things - Prenzlaurberg. We've worked out that if we walk home - or at least the last couple of stops on the train ride - we can track past a lot of the cool little cafés and bars of the area. This makes the selection of our evening eating and drinking haunts, easy, and a lot of fun.
We travelled down to Potsdam ...