Citadines Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
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... that, I decided to go souvenir shopping! People got some awesome things today and that's all I will say! Afterwards, I walked to the Topography of Terror, a memorial that stands on the former SS headquarters. But, a piece of the Berlin Wall remains right next to it. It is falling apart but I cannot imagine living on the east side and seeing that wall everyday. It would drive me crazy. And I saw a map of how they designed it and it often wasn't just a wall. There was THE wall, a ...
... the size of a 5 cent piece with half written or absent street names) and we find it.
We are warned tomorrow is their Labour day. Unlike ours which is a sedate affair consisting of a long relaxing weekend and some wines apparently they have labour protests which can become quite violent. We are warned some parts of the city may not be safe and our walking tours may not be going.
... to living in small spaces I figured I would manage fine. The weather in Berlin turned nasty soon after my arrival (surprise, surprise), I have seen so much rain in the last 3 weeks - I'm now well and truly over it. By Tuesday I thought I was confident enough to go out and do my long run (the one that I should have done on the weekend). I had a 32km run on my schedule and with limited access to wifi I didn't complete a map reconnaissance ...
... Canadian amongst others. If the limited number of people I chatted to were this interesting you have to presume the rest of them were too. Plus they'd all had the patience to do the tour in German so they couldn't have been that Anglocentric.
I walked back a bit with the Italian, speaking the whole time in Russian and ended up having pizza for tea. It looked like a good spot but I ended up having a cheeseless margarita and I now know ...
... after some help from a local man, managed to get our washing going (sadly, this was quite a fun morning out).
That afternoon, feeling so fresh and so clean, we ventured into Berlin city centre for the first time. We headed straight for the Fernsehturm. If you haven’t seen it, it’s a massive TV tower with a silver looking ball near the top and was built back when the DDR was in existence. The silver ball is the viewing ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
very good location, small well appointed rooms with excellant internet access. Very good service
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