Andel's Hotel Berlin
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I stumbled upon an event listing for a concert that looked like it might be worth checking out on my first night in Berlin. After about 24 hours of travel and a few Pilsners, Anna and I ventured out into the snowy night to the Louisiana Rhythm Club - Johnny Cash Tribute Night at Roadrunner's Paradise Rock & Motor Club. Just 2.5 miles from our …
The Choir began the performance section of the tour today at St Hedwig's Cathedral. What a beautiful church. It was an incredible mixture of clean stone, glass and wood, open and airy, yet warm and welcoming. The Choir was wonderful in this space and it seemed like they we loved by the locals.
I really liked the Cathedral priest, he …
... the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. At first we thought it was more of an artistic memorial, but it actually had a large underground exhibit you could walk through. We needed up going down to it and spent a few hours there. Afterwards I was unbelievably emotionally exhausted and so was Cortney. We walked towards this park and it started to rain a little so we used the drizzle as an excuse to be done for the ...
Well us girls made it safely to Berlin, arriving in the morning on Sunday 27 July after the overnight train. The train itself was fine although a tad FREEZING!! Lesson for next time: take a blanket. But we all slept so were feeling alriht when we got to the hostel which was near the East Side Gallery, a short train ride to the main city centre. We decided to make the most of our first day, even though we couldn't check in to the hostel until the afternoon, so we took the open top ...
... I found an english group on the sidewalk who seemed to walk with confidence, so I followed them assuming they would be walking to the subway station...completely logical, I know. I followed them for a few blocks and then found an above ground train in the distance, so I bid my new friends goodbye and went on my way (I never actually spoke to them, I just followed them from a 10 foot distance and pretended to know where I was going. Still, we had a connection unmatched by ...