Azimut Hotel Berlin Kurfuerstendamm
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... our way to whats left of the Berlin Wall which is known as the East Side Gallery. It is a section of the Berlin wall about 1km long which wasn't torn down and was left as a memorial. After walking through all its length, our feet and legs were really giving in and because of that we headed back to the hostel to rest and recover. After the much needed power nap and power shower, we start making big plans for our last night there. As i have mentioned previously, in ...
Today is our last full day of the summer so we needed to be up early or fit in everything we still wanted to see and still have time for a nana nap before our pub crawl tonight! We had decided to hire bikes today because all the streets have really good cycle lanes and we were also going to the tiergarten which is a huge garden in the middle of the city and biking would be much easier than walking. So we left the hostel and found a bike hire shop, not hard as there ...
... We both got a pork knuckle to share, with some sauerkraut, and Bradley and I got a traditional Bavarian sausage, which surprised us when it arrived boiled in a bowl with water! It did taste good though. We also both got the same dessert - Kaiserschmarrn, a shredded pancake with plums and ice cream. After a great meal catching up and hearing about each other's travels, we headed back to our hotel and quickly booked a bike tour for the next day before enjoying a lovely sleep. The ...
... their special camp into this facility. From 1945 - 1950 the camp held politically undesirable people and those sentenced by Soviet military tribunals as well as those who had been arbitrarily arrested. By 1948 this special camp was the largest of the Soviet Camps. It was closed in March 1950 and by then 60,000 people had been imprisoned there, of whom 12,000 had died of malnutrition and disease. ...
... sit on the washing machine the whole time. Eventually we left the house. The girls went to H&M and I talked to my most beloved and we all got lunch in the shopping centre. After that we left for our excursions for the day. After a long train trip we went to the checkpoint Charlie museum. It was huge and mainly just walls of text and it was like a 20th century history textbook, with all Truman doctrine and Cuban missile crisis stuff etc. ...