Flair Hotel Riehmers Hofgarten
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... t sleep, outside felt so much better so we decided to take a walk to the McDonalds that was a mile down the road. Let me add that the culture in Berlin is that almost no shops are open on sunday. A couple restaurants open for limited hours and even the American shops like Starbucks and McDonalds have shorter hours. We made it to McDonalds at 21.30 (9:30) and they had closed at 21.00.m It was a sad metro ride home. But we slept very well that first night anyway.
... foot. I've always preferred that method as you get great exercise and you often stumble upon things that you may not have seen from the U-bahn.
I had 2 priority areas that I wanted to explore today: The Topography of Terror and the East Side Gallery. Both offer differing views of the infamous Berlin Wall. I wasn't sure how long it would take me to walk over to the East Side Gallery but considering the weather, I wasn't too concerned. I only ...
... barista looked at me like I had three heads, so I had to explain that I meant vanilla flavor with extra cream (because they don’t have milk) and extra sugar. I remember Emily being there (because she saw us walk into Dunkin) and she was like this isn’t like the US girl they probably don’t know what you’re saying, hahaha. Also, when I was taking pictures of the Dunkin Donuts inside the guy working there was joking around ...
So I am currently writing this on my flight to Athens and I just left Berlin this morning. I had SUCH a fantastic time there and I do not even know where to begin to describe it (I say that in 80%25 of my entries, I know). On our first day in Berlin, we just checked into our hostel, explored a bit, and figured out their public transport system. We did not end up paying for the underground at all, which was entirely illegal but way to easy not to! I was still feeling sick ...
... before the wall fell, and saw only a hand through a hole handing her the passport). But now it's just a tiny stand with paid actors holding flags. It was neat that the "You are now leaving the American sector" sign was still there. I chose not to see the museum there because Karen/Greg dubbed it "expensive" and Ben said it was "a tourist trap, to be honest" ("lovely", which I later realized was his translation for "schön", is the only thing he says more often than "to ...