Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... of sausages, potato salad and horseradish slaw. Of course, the steins of beer were compulsory!
Following lunch we walk down through the weekend crowds to the riverside. Lots of picnicking, beer drinking, street entertainment going on in this popular area. We jump on the tram and head to the Reichstag area. There was some sort of a fun run going on to raise money for something in the local park. Lot's of locals hanging out and partying, ...
... so I have spent part of the day riding through the streets, Tiergarten (animal park), and visiting some sites. Despite it's name, there are not a lot of animals in Tiergarten, the main park in Berlin, I only managed to see one or two sparrows and a guy playing with a dog. Despite this the park has a calming effect and while I would not compare it to the better parks in Australia or America it probably serves its purpose well for ...
... really did fall in love with Berlin. I considered sharing a hypothetical letter with you, but now that I'm here, I would seriously struggle to limit our experience in Berlin to a couple of "key points". One thing is for sure, three nights was not enough time, and I will certainly be returning Berlin.
Of course its also worth mentioning that you should brush up on your German if you would like to stay on the good side of the bus drivers.
... Jews and the Berlin Wall. Also went to the Memorial for Jews and other memorials to this part of history. With our legs ready to drop off, we took time out to watch street performers at Alexanderplatz, had some gelati and then headed home. Ready to leave Berlin. There's only so much war stuff you can do and, if much younger I'm sure it's a partying place, but for us, it's just so ugly compared to where we have been. Can't wait for Prague ...
... and it's loud, very very loud indeed. The music literally moves through you as you dance, it was amazing. Initially we actually spent more time in the upstairs Panorama Bar, equally as revered as Berghain but more for a house-y/disco, less intense feel and it was a wonderful place to be. We loved it. We survived by drinking a wonderful drink called Club-Mate, a high energy thing but nothing like that other horrible drink; this needs to come over to the UK pronto,it's like rocket ...