Azimut Hotel Berlin Kurfuerstendamm
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... but I learned it was Germany Unification Day celebrations - even better!!
I got some sort of sangria beverage for about 4 Euro and it was very yummy. Later on I was getting a little bit peckish, so a bratwurst seemed fitting for the occasion and washing it down with a delicious caipirinha was fantastic. The live entertainment was really good too! I even heard “99 Red Balloons!”
I love how you can walk around on the streets with your cocktail, however, ...
... in my opinion
3. Rathaus Schoneberg, small flea market and prices are good and bargaining is easier since they are more for the locals. This is also where John F Kennedy made his famous speech, "Ich Bin Ein Berliner".
4. Fehrbelliner, small flea market but i personally did not find anything interesting there.
Berlin is a wonderful place but honestly 2.5 days are not enough, i think 5 days would be much better.
... walls and the most homeless/punk looking people walking around...we even saw a girl pass by with a UCF sweater!!! Yes I know! I couldn't believe it either so we tried yelling chanting 'go knight' and 'U.C.F' and she just kept walking. Just to let you know how sketch this place was I was convinced she was just another druggie/homeless that randomly found a UCF jacket and was randomly wearing it. So after being thoroughly freaked out and in awe from this scene ...
... The lady at the front desk did not speak any English. Somewhere from the depths of my subconscious words just came rushing out in German and we discussed the whole thing, including why my name in my passport was different to that on the parcel (Rhiannon/Nonni) well that bit I ended up just saying Rhiannon is long and Nonni is short then sounding out the end non bit of Rhiannon and making it into Nonni. It was a bit funny. But our conversation lasted about 10 mins, On who sent it to ...
... hours. We covered nearly everything, going past all the museums, where the burning of the books was due to Hitler outside the Humbolt University, more of the wall and checkpoint Charlie. We found out that some people offer you stamps so you can say you have been to either East or West Berlin, but the small catch is that it makes your passport invalid. When our tour ended we were told of this chocolate place which was worth a try as you ...