BEST WESTERN Hotel Berlin-Kurfuerstendamm
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... TV tower, the hotel where Michael Jackson dangled his baby out the window, and lots more. On this tour of the city I met 4 other solo female backpackers around my age which was sweet. They were from Australia, South Korea, Singapore, and Brazil! Might I add, it's pretty strange being the only American in a group so frequently. We hung out for a bit and exchanged travel stories before continuing our adventures separately. I headed to ...
... further ideas on places we would like to visit. Kind of wish we had a bit more time here now.
In particular, she took us to Museum island (a world unesco heritage site), a remaining part of the Berlin Wall (now ironically this is fenced to protect it), checkpoint Charlie along with the only original communist east side surveillance tower showing clear holes made for the soldiers rifles. Bree explained how this position was forced on the soldiers and ...
... by someone who mistakenly thought they were important. We ignore him. He must think we are Jack or something, he doesn't understand our left footed capabilities. In a show of strength he does five push-ups, without a breather ... we stop immediately, this bloke is rough. Scratching for idea of things to do, having exhausted the ipad games and facebook I turn to my filthy shoes. Once as flashy as a high class escort, now resembling a twenty cent gutter slut, this had to change. ...
... is quite apparent Germany is on the mend from two world war losses, occupation and division. Berlin is a vibrant city with a lot of recent history which most of us can remember and it makes for an interesting visit. It is obvious that East Germany suffered economically during the 70's & 80's as did the Soviet Union. It is no wonder that it collapsed and that it's people for several decades clamored to get ...
... that still had not come to life yet. I continued walked until I came to a park walked down the steps and as one side was blocked figured that I would risk walking in the park because when I turned back I would not miss my exit. It was beautiful. The park was around a big lake and the reflections in the water were terrific. i think the fitness side of my walk ceased here as I slowly walked along taking photos . The path went into a tunnel and ...