Hotel Alt - Tegel
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... the area, I came closer and saw in big letters "PHILHARMONIC." Nothing could stop my smile as I walked into the beautiful building, confident and proud of my small success for the day. "I can't believe I actually found it." I kept whispering to myself, not having any idea what I was actually walking into. I saw a giant crowd gathering around a small stage and piano, so I wandered around looking for my hostel friends. I found a cozy spot up on top of the stairs where I ...
... decided to do a little shopping. We went for a little walk and popped into some shops then met up with Angela after she had been to the museum, who told me some of the good stories. We stayed in McDonalds for a while and just chilled.We went next door and got some food, it was the best cheapest food ever. sooooo goood :) Then we walked to the old original part of the Berlin wall and the mini museum/information that is there. We didn't stay long there, did some self ...
... do need to look at an alternative over here before I run out. I think I need to buy more fruit to curb my hunger pangs. I'm not too sure how its going to work out but we'll see. It's been a good day. I think I've been thinking a lot and haven't really been talking much. Nadzha and I were talking a out how I've been rather quiet on our trip when usually I'm quite talkative. In all fairness though, I am limited to English. It's fine. Oh yeah how could I forget, Rima and them won the ...
... other paid tours a few times during the tour). It was a good overview of the last 100 years in Berlin, and some of the key sights within walking distance of the Brandenburg Gate including the Jewish memorial, remnants of the Berlin Wall, Opera House (...... ).
The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is very big, covering 19 000 sqm, a whole city block, and consists of a field of 2711 'stelae' (large concrete blocks with the same ...
... the streets with bursts of unruly green plants jutting out, lots of wild overgrown, which helped balance out the concrete of the city scape. It was very peaceful and aesthetically pleasing!
The parks dotted everywhere with really great play equipment in between each apartment complex, my favourite was a fitness playground with a full gyms worth of strength training machines, all painted bright colours, body weight training bars of varying heights(yay! busted ...
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