aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... dome, then walked the short distance to the Brandenburg Gate, one of the iconic symbols of Berlin.
The front of the gate faces the former East Berlin, based on the direction of the Quadriga, the sculpture on the top of the structure, which shows Eirene, the goddess of peace, in a chariot drawn by four horses.
All of us tourists were lined up trying to get a nice photo of the gate. ...
... the cheapest beer. Using all our business knowledge combined, we had cracked it. We simply asked our waitress, Esther, for the cheapest one! I've already suggested this bar as the foundation for a education economics trip to Berlin, and offered to run it! The following morning, we did `Toms walking tour´, revisiting the sites from the day before. We took a closer look at the Reichstag, which was sort of missed out on the tour. It tells you a lot about what the City has to ...
Once a hunting ground of the nobility, the Tiergarten of today is a large park designed in the 1830's close to the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag. This huge central green space is a tangle of walking and cycling paths, tiny ponds, open fields and woods.
... the infrastructure that was put in place to be sure that those in East Berlin did not escape to the West.
Our final day in Berlin we decided to rent bikes and head outside of town a bit to check out the East Side Gallery. This is an art installation where they took a mile long stretch of the Berlin Wall and they had artists paint different scenes and messages onto the various sections. This is again another very famous part of Berlin ...
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