Grand City Hotel Berlin East
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“Aaah, der schmetterling,” the German inn-keeper sighed, “It does not belong to me either.” She then explained that just prior to our arrival, there was a shamanic workshop conducted at the same venue. The shaman who conducted the classes is originally from Peru and he was in a hurry to leave on the last day. He had asked her to ...
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... for a day or so, a big saving over buying a daily ticket. You can also rent bikes from them or they will give you iPods with music from local Berlin bands. They have 'Jazz and Gin' evenings with a live jazz band each Sunday and Wednesday. We are surprised how cheap it is to eat in this area, given that Germany is probably the most affluent part of Europe. We had lots of small Turkish or Vietnamese restaurants near our hotel and we could buy ...