Novum Business Hotel City B Berlin Centrum
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... badly bruising his arms in the process :( it was then decided that we should head home to recover. Typically the weather cleared in te evening and we took a walk around our part of Berlin, stopping to get a drink and talk politics for a couple of hours. The way home consolidated my fears we were in a dodgy part of town. The street was covered in glowing red lights and prostitutes held the corners. We carefully made our way ...
... was pretty delish. I got a wicked halloumi burger while we all watched a German father take on the XXL beef burger which he had to cut into quarters with a bread knife!!
Arriving back at Isabell's we enjoyed some interesting favoured beers and liqueurs while we watched Brazil unfortunately lose against the Netherlands in the fight for 3rd place in the World Cup.
DEUTSCHLAND!!!!!- Sunday 13th July
On our first full day in Berlin, our ...
... and many of the houses are very worn down and tired looking. Also, everything just looks tired verses in West Germany you can tell that it is very lively. According to one of my friends, East Germany still has not fully recovered from the war and their infrastructure is quite poor.
Once we got to Berlin, we went to the Berliner Dom, which is a very large and famous church in Berlin. It was huge and very ornate, which is different than the ...
... of the digital afterglow? http://www.transmediale.de I attended a seminar by Sputniko!, this amazing woman who likes to discuss controversial topics through really popular culture such as pop songs and film. She is a scientist, studied engineering however refers to herself as: a designer/artist who designs products, devices, music and film exploring technology’s impact on everyday life to imagine and speculate on alternative futures. ...
... ready for a German "Berliner style" meal. And so we asked the staff for a recommendation. They offered up Dicki Wirten, which was about two blocks away. It is an older Berlin style pub from the 1920s. The food was standard fare such as pork, schnitzel, potatoes or dumplings and then of course beer. Their main beer was Berliner Kindl, but that is the Pilsener, and there were several different dark and wheat beers. The pub was alive with noisy ...