ibis Budget Berlin Ost
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Well, I am not certain that I have the correct hotel here. I have differing location indicators. We stayed at the ibis Budget Berlin on Bayreuther Strasse off Kurfurstendamm near the zoo.
This was our first ibis stay and we loved it. The location was close to everything we needed - busses, underground, shops and sights. There were easy transportation points all around. AND the staff was fantastic.. They could not do anything more. Rooms were clean, staff helpful and all was good, great.
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First off, I am writing this account of 21 July and 22 July on the 24 July. It seems somebody has forgotten to keep up to speed here. ..mmmm.......I think I know the culprit
On the morning of the 21st July we were up early, had our usual Frankfurt breakfast and then struck out for the hauptbahnhof for the 8:13 to Berlin. Now, …
... Cultures Museum - a quirky museum in Dahlem, a suburb near a University. It's a museum that's attached to about 3 others. We went through it quickly and liked it. There was also a temporary exhibit on WW1 with some interesting items.
Tonight we plan on seeing a chamber orchestra outside along a part of the Wall near our place. Then it's off to a night food market where Deanne is hoping to find a Brazilian food cart serving the hard to find ...
Something old, something new. Reminders of Berlin's once-divided past sit side-by-side with its united present - Norman Fosters Reichstag dome, Peter Eisenman's Holocaust Memorial and the iconic Brandenburg Gate are all contained within a few blocks of each other. Strolling along Bernauerstrasse near trendy Prenzlauer Berg, you suddenly place your foot on a brick-marked line in the pavement showing where the wall once stood, a past that is rapidly receding within a city that ...
... wurst (sausages). We then went up to the observation sphere in the TV tower, over 200m high, to take in views over the city. The Reichstag was next on our agenda and then we made our way back to the apartment for a pre-pub crawl dinner! We cooked a simple meal and then headed out to meet the pub crawl tour. We went to 5 bars and feeling pretty seedy at the last place, we decided to traipse home...not before getting amazing doners though to soak up the alcohol ...
... Strangely, no one stared so maybe everyone does that here!
After Simone arrived, we caught the metro out to another one of the city's most famous sights, Checkpoint Charlie. This was definitely a highlight. I was only in my teens when the Berlin Wall was taken down so I really don't think I understood the gravity of the situation. After today, I definitely feel more enlightened. There was a mini museum that created a timeline with photos, news reports and stories of ...