Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... were, the lessons I got their were precious and I'll never forget them. That's one of the main reasons I travel, to learn about history and the more recent it is the better. Modern history is my thing - starting with the migration of the Mafia from the hills of Sicily to New York City in the early 1900's. Some people travel just to meet people and while I've met some people on my travels that I don't ever want to see the back of, I can't say it's something I enthusiastically ...
... I've reacted badly too. It happened in Romania a couple of years ago and my forearm swelled up so much I couldn't get my jacket on. Whatever it was the bit me in Romania is now on holiday in Berlin and had another go, this time on my right forearm and my right Ear, both have swelled up especially the ear, check out the photos for the Frodo Baggins look.....
... and drying, washing and drying. At one point we had to bring down the vodka so they could have a party in the laundry room. The look of frustration, disappointment and anger was evident. A whole day wasted because of a hostel that can't keep it's hygiene standards up to scratch. Let me remind you at this point that we only ever have ONE full day to explore each city, seeing the inside of a laundromat wasn't exactly how the girls planned their Berlin sight seeing ...
... things cooked in a pizza oven, and some mulled wine. All in all a good day and a good intro to Berlin.
For dinner we went in search of the famed pork knuckle, and found a decent pickled version in a German restaurant down the road. Fit in with all my stereotypes of German food: massive portions of comfort food! Had some schnitzel and currywurst as well which was pretty good. Apparently the roasted pork knuckle is a different beast entirely, but I will ...
... much more so than Munich) and after getting it only slightly wrong, which was a pretty good effort I think, we came upon a Galleria 6-stories high as well as some really cool street markets where we could scout out some shopping to pick up after the tour. The markets especially were great – great food, great music, great souvenirs.
Our tour leader was an American named Mike, and he was really fantastic. Although he was 100% correct when he said ...
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