Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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... to tackle, particularly when wearing a skirt and heels. Still we did see some things from the outside. So how do you end Christmas Day? By hitting up more Christmas markets, even in the rain. Add to that mulled wine (or in my case kinder punch) strudel and candied nuts and you have a celebration. One thing was missing, which made its appearance on Boxing Day; snow. We woke up to little flakes floating down outside our window. ...
... War. Do you know the Soviets never called it World War II, they called it the Great Patriotic War. Saw the Reichstad, Brandenburg Gate, and several buildings left from the Nazi ministry's. Also visited several memorials to victims of the third reich. The Topograph of Terror is a documentation museum with hundreds of exhibits with pictures of the Nazi rule and it's notorious leaders. I spent several hours reading the articles they had ...
... After much walking around and getting lost we gave up and tried to get into the matrix, to discover the rest of the club. But of course tonight we couldn't get it. So the remaining six levels of the matrix remain a mystery, in so many ways. But we ended up in a rap club. And stayed there until 6:00am, and wandered out into the sunshine. While walking home we heard music coming through the walls of a warehouse. So we decided we should go in. We walked up ...
... a huge flea market and a nearby park that had a stage for karaoke that was open to everyone on sundays. We sat there waiting and waiting but because of time constraints we didn't get to see the karaoke, but we still go to see some stupid clown work his magic for euros. That park was really amazing and had a good relaxed vibe to it.
Anyways we left that place to do another exit point, but this time we got to a tiny room with a curtain for a door and some poor ...
... in East Berlin. This talk was definitely more interesting than the first. After the meeting that night my friends and I treated myself to a delicious, warm (and pricy) Italian meal and a nice glass of wine.
On Wednesday we had a tour of the Reichstag building (the German Parliament building). After the tour, we then had our first free afternoon/evening in Berlin and because we only had a day left, we tried to get as much in as we could. Because of ...