AZIMUT Hotel Berlin City South
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... them to each other, before venturing out again. The weather was just too awful to stick around, so I made a sad farewell to the Christmas Markets and we headed back on the underground to our hostel. We had to get ready for our Pub Crawl that evening, so ate dinner at the hostel. I had the best barbecue pork ribs I've ever consumed in my life. Then it was off! We were all in white tshirts so went around signing each other all night from pub to pub. The first two pubs ...
... It has so much to see both historically and culturally and offers great food, a laid back atmosphere and friendly people. Top on the list was Museum Island where we spent a day wondering through Egyptian and Mesopotamian displays. Climbing to the top of the Reichstag Building had a great view of the city. Brandenburg Gate, the Holocaust Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie Museum were are all interesting and thought provoking.
... 8217;s Former Bunker Luftwaffe HQ The Berlin Wall The Former SS Headquarters Checkpoint Charlie The 1920s Cabaret Mile Gendarmenmarkt The Old Royal Boulevard The TV Tower There are also tours at different time and of specific interest. These tour charges a small fee and you get a 1€ discount if you join the paid tour after the free one. The meeting point of the free tour is outside the Starbucks near Bradenburg ...
... a little bounce. Feeling happily satisfied (and rather chubby), I set out for a cheerful adventure, and decided that the first big, bright red double-decker tour bus would do just the trick! It was a hop on hop off bus, but I didn't really feeling like doing much hopping after the pancakes, so I just cruised around East and West Berlin for a few hours, taking in the sights and listening to the funny English tour guide make the same joke over and overrrrr again about ...
... the gates of the Prezares Cemetery. We marvel at the ornate mausoleums constructed by wealthy families in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. We lounge in the sun and listen to a DJ spinning Afro-Latin rhythms. The young hip Lisboeta crowd is sprawled atop cushioned pallets along a corridor of food trucks. We wash down a spicy falafel with sangria and cold beer. We snag a prime outside table at the historic Cafe Brazilliera and watch the buskers entertaining throngs of tourists and ...