Hotel Ibis Budget Berlin Genshagen
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... the square its lively. Most people have finished work and the cafes are full, I grab a Starbucks chocolate and find a seat. Next I wander out a side of the Platz I haven't been yet and right in front of me is a massive building with Media Mart on it. It's the biggest indoor shopping area I have seen 4 levels wall to wall and a media shop with TV's, Computers and everything else takes up one corner across all levels. I wander around shops from Barbers ...
... to the restaurant and chose a seat inside to avoid the massive amount of wasps that are hanging around Berlin. Both our dishes were amazingly good. We hoped for dessert, but had no room.
We then headed over to the Television Tour and it's park. We relaxed with some coffee and enjoyed the fountains before heading back towards the hostel. We went back to our room and relaxed before bed.
Tomorrow we will venture on our own.
... in a grid pattern on a sloping field. Underground there is a Place of Information where all the known names of Jewish Holocaust victims (4.2million) can be listened to. To give you some idea what that number means it would take 6.5 years to hear them all. Walking amongst the blocks is very like being in a cemetery but without any inscriptions. At the end of the tour we walked to the Reichstag, the German parliament, ...
Today we went on a 4 hour walking tour of Berlin. We learned more about the Brandenburg gate, Check point Charlie, Parliament, the Wall, and much more. This is a great city and feels much like NYC, but not as many people. We went to Carmen and Maggie only made it to intermission which was awesome since the first act was 2 hours. Tschuss- which is another way to say Bye Bye in German. ...
... It also seemed wholly appropriate, after staying 3 nights at the Elvis guest house, that the mag had an article about Elvis impersonators, an ad for an 'Elvis gospel songs' concert, and another ad from a tour company running trips to Memphis for the legend's 80th birthday celebrations next year. The man seems to be big in Germany :)
When I hear the name Berlin, the words and images that spring to mind are the Wall, ...