PentaHotel Berlin Koepenick
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... to hang out in there and have some tall German beers while enjoying the company of the big diverse group. It wasnt too much of a crazy night but what was really awesome was that on a personal level, i began to bond with people whom with before i wasn't too acquainted with.
On the second day we didn't really wake up early since most of us were tired and wanted to sleep in. However, we all woke up at different times and because of that we all kind ...
... March 1945 until he gave up and "divorced Germany", married Eva Braun and then committed suicide with Eva and killed his dog with poison the next day. We then rode to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. An art installation of concrete blocks the same width and depth, but different heights and set at different angles, in rows with undulating ground. There are over 2000 of them and the artist has never said what he intended them to look like, but walking through them ...
... and headed for an Italian restaurant near Potsdamer and then on to the light filled Sony Centre in Potsdamer. Matthew had a Fosters which is a bit weird because its an Australian beer. Best day ever - we had a half day bike tour through the city. Alex was our guide with Fat Tire bike tours. He knows the history and the key routes through Berlin. Gavin will forever be known as Ass Man - you'll have to ask him why. We saw the city and experienced a little of the history. ...
... We finally pulled into the station at 2130ish. We met a guy called Harry who was staying at our hostel, so we all trooped down to the train station to head into the city. It was after 10 by the time we got to St Christopher's, and we were all pretty bushed. Our beds were my favourite kind, with curtains on each bed, and we all crawled in and pulled across the curtains for a nice long sleep. After breakfast in the morning we joined a big group of people doing the free walking ...
... by the specially designed cleat cleaning area.
We had a short day in Berlin today since we are headed to Amsterdam and our train to Amsterdam was not able to get to Berlin. We had to make other arrangements. Fortunately, it all worked out just fine. Tonight in Amsterdam, we were all a little tired, a little hungry and a bit cranky. Early to bed tonight. Tomorrow we visit the Anne Frank exhibit and hopefully the Heineken Brewery tour.