AZIMUT Hotel Berlin City South
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... And then if we have the energy, we might make it to S036, Berlin's longest running punk bar to see some Ska bands from here and Switzerland.
November 12, 2014
We left Berlin 2 days ago and it's taken that long to recover! We didn't get a lot of sleep. But it was a blast. We saw the ska band (a little lame) but met some fun people and the Ska DJ afterwards was playing some old school Jamaican and English ska, so it made it worthwhile. We ...
... growing back to full capacity and modernity. Renowned for its diversity and tolerance, it's alternative culture and night-owl stamina, the best thing about the German capital is the way it reinvents itself and isn't shackled by its mind-numbing history. I found by day I was able get a proper appreciation of the city's history by visiting many of the historic sights and then by night enjoy the many restaurants, bars and nightclubs...a good mix of both with very little ...
On the way to Dresden we stopped in at the mortizberg castle. The castle contained over 50 wooden carved stag heads with actual horns from the hunted stags. Also rugs and bed heads constructed from feathers, wall papered rooms using squares of leather and many intricate pieces of furniture. A quite quirky but interesting castle. Dresden has quite established and large malls in ...
... that really made the whole experience realistic. It gave you a good perspective of how the Cold War began and continued right through to this moment in history. It was fascinating.
To have a quick break, we had some sausages and chips at the nearby food kiosk, Checkpoint Curry. I had a quick look in another museum nearby which mostly had souvenirs and a few photos of the event. I took some pictures of the inside until I noticed a huge sign saying "NO PHOTOGRAPHY". ...
... indoor sandy beaches, reading on deck chairs, taking in the flamingo’s, fish, terrapins and plants and messing around in the million pools PLUS going on the highest flume in the world – 27metres and goes up to 70km/hr and yes it does feel that fast!!! …I guess we also got a colonic for free too!!! Novelty value of the typically German Naked only rule in the sauna areas was fun viewing…..all in all a great day to counteract the ...