AZIMUT Hotel Berlin City South
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we more time. Final opportunity to meet with Mum and Dad for dinner, so we had organised to meet them at the Bramdenburger Tor U station at 6:30pm, on the way we stopped off at the Brandenburg Gate and got some great night photos from a kind gentleman who was also a good photographer (photos of both of us). Meeting Mum and Dad we headed back to Freiderichstrasse, near to the small bar Claudio and I had a drink at a couple of nights previously, and we found a ...
We reached a chairlift and jumped aboard to get a lift the remaining distance to the track. We spent an hour watching the dry runs of some lugers and young kids in a sled.
On our return down the mountain we noticed our cable car conveniently passed over a golf course. What better target practice than ...
... despite the screaming kids. A highlight was the watching the recently born wolf pups playing together. We caught a bus back to the centre and headed for museum island! This tiny island in the centre of Berlin contains five amazing museums. Sadly we could only afford one, but I think we chose the best. The Pergamon museum houses an extensive collection of Ancient Greek, Middle-Eastern and Islamic art and architecture. A highlight for us was seeing the Pergamon Altar: ...
... and paid for it. The department store lady didn't speak English and I didn't speak German....somehow we managed to complete the transaction!
On to the hop-on/hop-off bus. There are two lines...yellow and purple. Yellow is better. Purple, with the exception of one stop is boring. The yellow bus took us to the top spots...Checkpoint Charlie...the final checkpoint in the American sector before you crossed into East ...
Stef and I aren't big beer drinkers, but when in Germany beer drinking is a must! We tried a different brewsky with about every meal, but just couldn't get ourselves to order one of those massive ones! We weren't able to go to any of the crazy German clubs and drink absinthe and hypnotically dance to techno/trance music while hallucinating, however we did get to experience the next best thing! In our defense we were ...