Amelie Messe ICC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to walk through the gate and walk on the East side along the Un Der Linden Strasze back to our hotel. The biggest decision of the day came where to have dinner and not to end up at McDonalds or Subway. The paella and sangria for two turned out the best choice at Restaurant Barce Lona. Completing our 5 mile walk for a couple more blocks and we were back at the hotel in no time. Lights out at 22:00. ...
... I did that and then arrived very early at my next class, which went really well: a smily teacher, eager to teach and interesting module. That does it, I'm hooked! Then I catch something to eat and remember a terrible thing. It's gone 2 o'clock have an appointment at some place that I can't even locate and a class at 16 in some other place I don't know. Okay, no panic; if I can't find the class today I can go next week since today is only introductory anyway, but ...
... Charlie is a museum called the Topography of Terror which goes into depth about the nazi party and all their misdoings. It was free which was pretty cool but there was so much information inside. Afterwards we went across the road and this is where we first tried Currywurst. Currywurst is essentially sausages with, tomato sauce, curry powder and seasoning and you know what, it was pretty damn good!
We left our flavour amazement behind and went searching for ...
... As we learned later, there were trains that would have taken us to our destination but due to timing, the bus turned out to be more convenient.
Anyway, we got there and checked into the Ibis budget hotel - 1 year old. Very clean, convenient and friendly. We dropped our luggage and got a bite to eat at the Kaizer grocery across the street - a leg of roast chicken, rolls, salad and coleslaw.
Then we were off like a scalded cat to East Berlin's Alexanderplatz. ...
... in East Berlin. They now have a store where you buy things with either the "walk" or "don't walk" characters on it. I got a couple things because I think it's a pretty cool part of their history.
Berlin is different than almost every other city I've visited on this trip because its history is mainly modern. Most of its old buildings were bombed during the war, and those who survived or were rebuilt are less significant than the war and its landmarks. ...