ibis budget Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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... clothes. We were sad but also grateful when it ended at Checkpoint Charlie and rushed into the closest warm place- a bloody McDonalds. I've never been so glad to thaw out in my life. Switzerland was of course colder but we rugged up properly in thermals and warm woollies that day so were fine, but this time we didn't take as many precautions so were feeling extremely cold. Then it was on to the major shopping area to grab Secret Santa gifts for the bus tomorrow morning and ...
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... you to pay once they hand you the check. Also, water is a commodity here. They assume that when you order water that you want sparkling water (with bubbles). If you say "with no bubbles," then you get mineral water (which is the same price). Ordering tap water is apparently rare here, most of the time in the U.S., you can get free water.
Pay toilets.....they exist in Germany. That may be the reason that public urination is more common here. People tend ...
Today is my full day in Berlin. This is a great city with so much history. We started off the morning with a walking tour of the city - but more specifically, the 'Third Reich Tour'. Visiting the Reich Stag, the bunker where Hitler spent his last days and shot himself, the Luftwaffe headquarters, Nazi headquarters, the Holocaust memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, the Berlin Wall, and more - even the balcony of the hotel that ...
... our stay in Berlin with a couple of drinks by the River Spree in the sun, firstly in a traditional beer garden, and then onto deckchairs on the riverbank.
Berlin was fun, memorable, and heaped in thought provoking history, although we were still sadly tampered by the food poisoning from the previous week. This last day (which was unfortunately a Sunday), was the first day where we actually both felt relatively normal.