Hotel Hackescher Markt
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... quiet for such a large city. I would be very interested in coming back for my rotations in the future to learn more about their health care system and the difference in work and lifestyle for doctors in Germany. After a quick dinner in the hostel cafe, Katz und Maus, I then visited the Iyengar yoga studio across the street for my first ever Iyengar class, which was taught completely in German. Despite the language gap, I ...
... up to stop people using it as a means to escape.
Juan took us out one evening to show us how Berlin partied. We met up with his friend Thomas and hit the town. Good beer, good music and dancing followed.
Juan was hosting a birthday party for Thomas ...
... We had a set menu again but it was pretty tasty. A vege broth soup to start, then pork knuckles with sauerkraut and dumplings, finished off with mini pancakes, pineapple and chocolate sauce. All watered down with a large stein of beer. Of course yet again the beer is fantastic and it goes nicely with the pork. Afterwards we all head out to a local bar - called ...
... passed. We declined. We passed about 15 punks asleep on the sidewalk. Mohawks still in tact. More random homeless people and more kebab shops. We started walking down some strange streets with scaffolding, littered streets with not a soul In sight. We did everything your parents warn you not to do. We had no idea where we were, who we were actually with, what might happen, where we were going and both our phones were flat but we did it anyway and survived lol. We went to ...
... But I was later told that the museum was a favorite for some native Germans, and I kindof wished I had done it. Instead I made my way to Gendarmenmarkt, where I stepped in the free museum in Deutscher Dom ("Wege, Irrwege und Umwege") before I realized it was all about the government structure and that Wikipedia would be more helpful than the German writing there. I found a coffee shop, and then met Nate for dinner at Hackenthals, which was more difficult than it should ...