aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... in the whole city. It has multiple levels, loud techno music, crazy DJ's, a "dark room", an outdoor cafe, an ice cream stand, probably lots of drugs, a famous bouncer covered in tattoos and piercings and is extremely difficult to get into. Feeling courageous after a few drinks we decided to wait in line and test our luck. We knew this was the only time we would ever do something this crazy so we had to at least try to get in. We waited around 2 1/2 hours in the freezing cold ...
... all over my shirt! Bit of a laugh though atleast.
Just across the road from where we ate, we got to watch all the fashion designers walk into this big Mercedes Benz fashion week exhibition! It was about 11pm when we finished dinner, and we found a bar about 5 minutes from our hotel, so we hung out here for ...
... signage and guard box tell a different story of days gone past. We then continued our walk into the "East" reaching the Brandenberg Gate where a human rights protest was happening. We continued through the gate onto the Teirgarten where we visited the Reichstag and Victory Column. The queue to visit the Reichstag was too long but we did venture up the Victory Column to get a grand view over Berlin. We ...
... we had eaten. It was good to see that a lot more people escaped than were shot trying. About 40 000 escaped, about 200 shot. What a horrible period for Berlin. Monday 29th September Set out today in a northerly direction, Only a few hundred metres to Gendarmenmarket where the French and German Cathedrals are and the Concert Hall. The French built their cathedral first on the site that always had a church for French people of Berlin, and then the Germans built one very ...
... scaling areas. The area attracted both young and old. We watch amazed as people clicked their harnesses on the the rope above and made their way along rickety bridges or narrow pieces of rope. Not something I would like to try. The park has a large lake with bathing forbidden but people had picthched up their little sun tents and were busy bathing and frockling in the sun. We stopped ...