Mikon Eastgate Hotel
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After a long week of working 9 to 5 I spontaneously decided to fly to Berlin! With new friends who moved there and some other friends who coincidentally were in the city as well I spent some great days off. Having breakfast at those cute little cafés spread all over the city, eating typical Curry Wurst and visiting the Brandenburger Tor, we concluded Saturday night with a chill out house party and some great partying until early ...
Day 3 Another lateish start. Enjoying the fresh made linnen of the hotel way to much. Yoghurt. Banana. Choc muffin. Book car for London and hotel Belgium. No luck with Airbnb again. Head out around 11. Go for a wander. Head to Alexanderplatz TV tower Starbucks meeting point for alternative tour. "Marij-uana" tour guide by day - trapeze artist by night. Train one stop. Yoga cork man. Taken to alley, street art.( lil Lucy- Czech ...
... drove around the factory by themselves, went up and down in the elevators and brought new parts to the workers who were putting the cars together. The whole factory was a giant conveyor belt too, but it moved so slowly it was very
hard to tell. It was also not your typical looking conveyor belt as the whole floor was wooden. Sadly we weren't able to take photos in the factory, so you'll just have to take my word for it!
At the ...
... to our wishlist. We discovered from the very nice founder and owner of the bookshop that when we return the book that we purchased, we can have half the money back or swap it for another book. Sounds good to me. This visit was for educational purposes only and I purchased a small English - German dictionary with artikels (phew) and German grammar book. I think this will be very useful. Hopefully it can explain to me a few things in ...
... old so you can at least get a better feel of what it used to look like.
Our guide talked a lot about the war and how Hitler came to power. We actually walked where his bunker was. It was destroyed by the German government and today is a parking lot. The government wanted to show that he didn't deserve to be glorified so they could not preserve the bunker. As cool as it would be to go in there I definitely agree. We walked to the Berlin wall next. It wasn't ...