Hotel Alt - Tegel
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... of any kind - and considering our tour group included 19 dudes and me (with the majority of said dudes being under 20) I was happily impressed.
Also, Mosaic as a tour choice was awesome. They are a 100% non-profit registered charity, and when I looked them up originally I liked their stance of not profiting 'on matters of such historical and moral significance'. Pietro and the other guides are paid (and tipped if they do a good job) but ...
... attempt, the local people tend to adopt you as their own (Unless you put your feet on the seats on the train, big no no Katie Mac) I definitely plan on returning to Berlin; to wander the streets, eat sausages, chat with the locals, get lost in the streets (and their history) and marvel at the forever changing and jaw dropping art work! Danka and peace ...
... I didn't dare **** in it; I thought I'd be abused for ******* in a vase or something... when David and I compared notes later on it turned out we'd both had the same reaction. On the way back in the subway there was even a roving troubadour. I was impressed though the locals probably see it all the time. I again had tea at the Croatian restaurant. Pretty good food. Good, friendly atmosphere. And a complimentary šlivovic ...
... and paid for it. The department store lady didn't speak English and I didn't speak German....somehow we managed to complete the transaction!
On to the hop-on/hop-off bus. There are two lines...yellow and purple. Yellow is better. Purple, with the exception of one stop is boring. The yellow bus took us to the top spots...Checkpoint Charlie...the final checkpoint in the American sector before you crossed into East ...
... in which to view the city centre. Nonetheless, I felt I'd worked out a lot about the city, got my bearings, and also realised this: in London, Paris, Rome and many other European cities, you can spend days touring the honeypots and ticking off boxes. In Berlin, there just aren't that many boxes to tick. Yet it leaves time to explore the aspects which do make it a great city, starting with the cuisine and nightlife which were next on the agenda as I trudged my way back to ...