ApartHotel Landhaus Lichterfelde
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Berlin was fantastic. I love that city. I would say it's my favorite, but I'm writing this as I am in Amsterdam, so I cannot say that it is.
We were in Berlin for Halloween night, which was the night we saw the opera A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Komische Oper Berlin, which was definitely a cool experience - the opera singers sang all in German of ...
... to Heddi and caught the FinnAir bus to the airport. I was lucky to get a boarding pass straight away so I just needed to pass time until my flight. The cost of food was exorbitant, so I settled on a small salad. I have been neglecting my good diet whilst on this trip so anything green has to be good.
On board, I was lucky enough to score three seats so I considered lying down and having a sleep. At least until the FA told me I needed to be sitting upright for take ...
... denim jeans, long straight mullet hair only found in Eastern block countries) came up to our group with two large bottles of beer in hand and wanted to play too. He seemed happy enough until the teacher told him we did not speak German and that he should leave. He verbally abused her in broken English "you are single not a woman, and is fat". Sadly, his English is better than my German at this ...
... I thought. I was kind of disappointed, but we probably saw the portion of the wall that wasn't written all over. After, we stopped by Checkpoint Charlie which was the crossing point between East and West Berlin. At the time, there was a soldier there holding an American flag, but our guide made sure that we knew he wasn't an American soldier. Then we walked through Berlin seeing different political buildings, and we stopped at the same Christmas ...
Berlin was amazing. I heard so much about it from friends, and I didn't really think I'll enjoy it that much as I got off that bus at 6am after a 9 hour bus ride. Cold, dark, commercial.
But as the day went on, I finally got to see what makes this city special. Its the amount of history that was encompassed all around us, the people, the culture.
We had a wonderful tour guide ...