SORAT Hotel Ambassador Berlin
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Muy buena calidad precio, y en una buena zona de compras de Berlin
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... Most people speak English everywhere you go…I have even been asked for directions (twice).
Next stop was the area of Kurfurstendamm where it is popular for all types of shoppers. All kinds of mainstream stores like Nike, Benetton, Foot Locker, H&M and of course McDonald’s and Burger King. I did not buy anything! I do not need anything and besides I would have to carry it on the next leg of my journey.
I got to experience Berlin at the heart of ...
... we have more of a social life than we do in Canada. Between the city itself and the people we were fortunate enough to spend time with the last few days, we absolutely loved our time in Berlin and thoroughly enjoyed "living there". As we head to Munich, we have more people to connect with and we're definitely excited for that. On top of that many have told us that Berlin isn't Germany - it's Berlin - so it'll be interesting to experience a more authentic ...
... morning I got up early had a coffee ( later realised that we bought coffee pads for the machines so it was reeeeAllllllyyyyyy strong / and I was on a bit of a coffee high all day) .. After the coffee hit .. My senses heightened ... I went to the Bach museum, and enjoyed it all !! Then returned to the hostel finding michaela had packed up my gear and checked us both out .. Best travel bud Eva !!! I forgot checkout was at 11 oooppppsies ! Michaela So we made it to ...
... the famous Hotel Adlon, where Michael Jackson dangled his baby off the balcony, the Lauftwaffe headquarters (Nazi airforce - one of the few buildings completely untouched from WW2 because pilots used it as a visual guide and because opposing countries wanted to use it for themselves), an original section of the Berlin wall, Checkpoint Charlie (not that interesting, and nothing there is authentic, it's all re-built), Gendarmenmarkt, the TV tower, Humbolt University, ...
... who speaks nothing. The food was good however and I drank an "exotic" fanta. I'm pretty sure we just have strawberry in the US but it was tasty. After that, we ran on base to exchange our money for euros and then headed to the train station in Kaiserslautern to get to Berlin. We made the train with 4 minutes to spare and will get to Berlin tonight (I'm writing this on the train now). Another day, another (dumb but humorous) ...