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... went shopping (at Primark, of course), and finished off our day by getting döner kebaps for dinner at the top rated stand in the world. For our last morning, Hannah and I went on a fantastic little morning jog, then we saw the Berlin Wall, the Topography of Terror Exhibit, Checkpoint Charlie, and I bought my first pair of Birkenstocks (which, fun fact, are made in Germany so super cheap there!) However, I think the BEST part of our day was that while I was feeding ...
... easy it was to "do" Berlin on a budget. I think this helped us appreciate the city and all of its social and cultural glory, as we managed to pack in lots of different aspects without the guilt of exceeding our budget too much. Based on a recommendation from a friend, we chose to take part in a "Best of Berlin" walking tour which lasted just short of 7 hours. For 12 euros, we were taken through the city's past and present by a relaxed and extremely knowledgeable ...
... s most famous and oldest (and largest...it was HUGE) department store. Corinna bought Anja and me our own fountain pens! On the top floor (6th) was a fancy food area where I saw the most chocolate in one place that I've ever seen in my life. We then had lunch in a trendy part of ...
... coming back to Berlin was a fantastic idea. We did what pretty much everybody does in Berlin, bought a bottle of beer and walked (despite an increased number of people openly walking around with beers, there doesn't seem to be the same type of drinking culture as in the UK, people are undoubtedly more controlled). Initially we had considered heading to a club on the Friday night, but before we knew it, it was 2am and we were still sitting chatting in the middle of the festival (as ...
... a few raptors and some wild geese as well, the area sounded like it might be worth a look.
Our first challenge had been to find some transport to the birding area, which was some 4 kms or more from Nennhausen railway station. I has discovered that there was one taxi company in the village but had no contact information apart from a 'phone number which might have been a very unproductive means of communication given my complete lack of German language skills. However a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Boulevard Berlin
This is a fantastic place to stay. My travel advisor suggested this hotel in Berlin knowing I was traveling by myself. The hotel is part of the Azimut Hotels. The place was excellent in location and cleanliness; people were very friendly, they have the most amazing breakfast buffet. It is only a couple of minutes away from the train station. They provided it me with excellent maps and directions to go everywhere.
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