Arcadia Hotel Berlin
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... they showcase their innovativeness in the way of energy efficiency by having the landscape littered with wind-turbines which generate green electricity. Eric told me that Australians don't want them as they are apparently an "eye-sore" (totally disagree) and that they might kill wildlife if birds fly into them haha. Europe is the place for moving forward towards energy efficiency. Amsterdam ...
... my view as I could see the cities of Rotterdam in the Netherlands and other Germany cities before descending into Berlin. Clear view of the Olympic stadium from the 1936 Olympics in which Jessie Owens stunned the Nazis with his superior athletic skills. Easy bus ride from Tegel airport to the Zoologischer station in the Kurfurstendamm area. ...
... for the light to change before crossing the street considering we came from Vietnam where people cross the street with hundreds of motorbikes zipping along in all different directions. In Berlin, rather than a "downtown" area where everyone congregates, there are at least a dozen different neighbourhoods, but each seems like a city of its own. We are staying in Prenzlauer Berg, which is quite trendy and has its share of restaurants, bars, ...
... from point a to point b without taking detours along the way.
The food here was great. We had bratwurst nd burgers in a German fashion. The burgers have cucumbers on them. Hamburgers were invented in Germany so we got authentic German food while satisfying our need for familiar food. We stayed in East Germany where the walking man and standing man on the roads are famously different looking. The construction runs rampant as this half of Berlin has only been open a few decades.
... and most interesting experiences on this trip, particularly by getting off the beaten path we see, if only briefly, what normal life is like for the local residents. We also enjoy getting on local buses and trams. We returned to the city and spent a brief hour in the German History museum. Because it was Monday entrance was free. The time there was only a tease so we decided to return the next day for a fuller exploration.
There were several ...