Park Inn by Radisson Berlin City West
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... stop, Check Point Charlie, which was the last check point to get from the West of Germany to the East. The check point is now represented with a huge picture of an American solider to signify the American sector, and a German solider on the other side to show the German sector. The soldiers faces are each on a huge post in the middle of the road which looks out into the distance. The soldiers expressions give you a real chill and sense that you ...
Lol. Berlin was fun. Short lived but fun. I got a bit too wastey with Georgia at the hostel bar that I couldn't do much the next day. So I'll tell you about our evening. I started off only drinking Coke. That was good for me. Then there was beer in my hand and more beer and more beer until there was just lots of beer and what do you do with that much beer? You drink it. At about 1am the boys decided they were hungry and wanted kebabs so me and Georgia joined them for a ...
Feeling pretty shabby after the pub crawl, we gave ourselves a sleep-in allowance before heading to the East Side Gallery, a 1.3km section of the Berlin Wall which is now a monument for peace. I loved seeing the murals along the stretch of wall - a definite highlight of the city. Keen to try the local specialty, curry wurst, we headed for the Brandenburg Gate and chowed down on this local street food at a kiosk in the square. It was basically just sausage cut up, dowsed in ...
... Berlin Wall. Interestingly, most of the wall has been deemed an historic monument and it is now illegal to take even a chunk of the wall home as a souvenir. The Germans called those tourists who did that "woodpeckers!"
We stopped and had lunch about 2:30 in a restaurant called Spagos. I was thinking I had heard of that restaurant before. In California, Wolfgang Puck's famous restaurant is called Spago. This ...
... little Christmas tree. Sort of. Paul and I have decided, on finding some very cheap flights in Europe that we are going to spend January couch surfing in France and Spain. We have booked a flight from Berlin to France, then to Nice, Barcelona, Malaga, Geneva and back to Berlin. I know a bit of a random selection, but the flights directed our travels. We didn't spend more than 39 euros for a flight and the cheapest was 17 euros! We are very excited about this little trip. We leave ...