Mercure Hotel Berlin Mitte
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Had an early morning start to Heathrow to catch a BA flight to Berlin. Terminal 5 was very busy and security was out of control. Both Robert and I were frisked and my cabin bag was emptied out as the few liquids and gels were not in a plastic bag (so much inconsistency everywhere). Heathrow was 10 times worse than LAX with security. The guy searching bags couldn't have worked any slower and ...
... Berlin as a whole was not as picturesque as prague but definitely had the history factor and a funky vibe with very cool, friendly people just chilling in bars with their dogs. Nelson would be pretty keen on Berlin I think. A few points; When you're 25 years old you probably should be able to pace yourself a little better on a night out then we did. Soz top deck. Bus rides aren't fun. The first thing we say when we get to our hostels is usually ...
... and Paul to take us. The next day it was time to explore Berlin a bit more - again we decided to walk Berlin instead of the public transport - we saw parliament, the gates of Berlin, the Jewish synagogue - and the stunning Berlin Cathedral! That afternoon Shaan needed to spend some time with Kurt and Paul to work on singing and creating an audition tape for an NZ Show - the experience was great and Paul ...
After a mid-afternoon train from Amsterdam, we crossed the border into Germany in the least Teutonicly efficient way you could imagine. Our train was three and a half hours late, after its (German) air conditioning unit broke down, forcing us to change trains twice, arriving in Berlin shortly before midnight. It also led to a immediate and uncomfortable transition from speaking only English to Dutch people, to my speaking only German to Deutsche Bahn officials. (By the by, ...
... 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 ...