Days Inn Berlin City South
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... men, third floor - woman, fourth floor - accessories and woman's lingerie, fifth - toys, electronics and stationary, sixth- food. I have never felt so intimidated shopping. The place was huge. Brands like Cartier and Dior was here with guards at the entrances. The woman's section had brands like guess, diesel, Tommy Hilfiger etc. all places that could have their own individual stores have like a section in this mall. The food floor was incredible. Anything you ...
... in Berlin, a canteen in the second largest TV station building. We were able to drop into the canteen and say 'Hi' to Ollie and take in the views from the balcony. For dinner we headed to an Italian restaurant chain known as Vapiano. They had the best system. They gave you a plastic card on the way in allowing you to purchase drinks, food and dessert then you were able to pay separately at the end. There was a massive selection of counters with chefs ready to ...
... air. The temperature was -10 degrees. We walked briskly into the airport admiring the snow everywhere. Marc had our keys so we caught the train to Prenzlauer berg to pick them up. He was working in an apartment there. It was great to catch the train for 40 minutes and see everyone's houses covered in snow. It looked so beautiful. As we hopped out at Prenzlauer berg we both nearly slipped over. The ground was a little hard to walk on, and not a good idea to ...
... for Bratwurst, Rösti, and Kirschtorte (a fancy, yummy local cake filled with enough liqueur to knock you over). For those of you who are wondering, I somehow only managed to gain one kg on my entire three-week European eating adventure, not sure how I managed that. It might be the luggage-schlepp exercise regime or the 20km of daily walking Tom and I did in Prague.
Friday the 27th of September Hans and Dagmar took me to Luzern, which is ...
... café down the street, and then began to check out of the hostel. We had to leave our bags in the hold room, as check out was at 12, and our flight at 9:50 pm. That left us with significant time to further explore the sights we noted on our tour of Berlin. First, Jen, Spencer, Jack, and I went to a flea market north of our hostel. It ended up being more of a gypsy thrift shop than anything, with boxes upon boxes of mostly useless junk littering the tables around us. I ...