Hotel Astoria am Kurfurstendamm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... again so much history it was interesting to see. Having a run around was great - it is an awesome way to see the city and get a feel for what is going on! It was time for tea and that night we were too attend a classical concert! Dinner was at a cute restaurant near the venue! Very splendid, we meet Kurt's partner Paul who was going to help Shaan record her video the next day! He was lovely, so easy to ...
... I've been to so far, with heaps of restaurants, cafés and shops. It had so many different levels. It seemed just like an airport.
Gmaps told me to walk to the nearest S-bahn to then catch a train to near the hostel. It was a 45 minute walk otherwise and with a backpack and not much sleep that was a big no. I arrived at the hostel at lunchtime but it was too early to check in so after a shower, I left my luggage in storage and did some exploring.
... was nothing to buy. I was very keen to see how Berlin had changed. Even West Berlin had had an unusual 'live for today' attitude with the threat the corridor may be cut at any time. We had driven the corridor in pouring rain in our little Fiat Panda with Maria's family's warning ringing in our ears that if we stopped on the corridor we would be shot - not may be - would be. It was raining so hard we had to stop... Germany is different now)
... br> We're given an hour for lunch, and break away into the local market area to find a warm place, or head down to the river for a restaurant by the water. Christmas still rings in the air with small markets still open, and an open-air ice rink near the Frauenkirche.
Caitlin, Alex and I have lunch in a cosy restaurant before wandering past the luxury boutiques and into the Kreuzkirche. Touted as the biggest church in Saxony’s ...
... a party they were throwing that night. Hells yeah, this is Berlin. Swung by a poetry slam first (which turns out was held at a bar that is owned by the guitarist of the band whose party we were going to! Strange..) at which I actually competed! It felt so weird performing in English amongst a slam of only German, and I had to slow it all down so much that I felt a bit silly haha, but oh well. It was an experience all the same. Got a good response from the ...