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Fred Vanderschmoott. Berlin Trip Mike, Erik, Shannon, Greg. Friday :.  9:15 a.m. Fred Vanderschmoott flies into Berlin city :

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fred vanderschmoott

Fred Vanderschmoott

Berlin Trip

Mike, Erik, Shannon, Greg

friday
Friday:

 9:15 a.m. Fred Vanderschmoott flies into Berlin city :

-Flight number: AC872 Toronto to Frankfurt , transfer onto AC9247 to Berlin. Fly into Terminal 1. Price 484$ Canadian flight price, 176$ flight fees. Total 413.33 €

 Transportation: One of:

1. We rent a “Peugeut Roller 50ccm ” (a.k.a. Vespa) {Transportation 1}

-Rented from Carlos Vespa rental at Bergmannstraβe 91-10961 Berlin, 50 € for the weekend

2. Public transportation (U-bahn, S-bahn) {Transportation 2}

-18.30 € for the whole trip

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10:30 a.m. “Markisches museum” {Museum 1 }

-Kollnischen Park 5 D-10179 Berlin, 4 € admissions price

-The Märkisches Museum has its beginnings in the former Bradenburg Provincial Museum (1874), and in 1908 it moved into its current building, which features architecture peculiar to Bradenbury brick-built buidlings, and its tower is designed after Wittstoker’s Bishop’s Palace.

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1:00 p.m. Eat at “Berliner Fernsehturm Restaurant“ {Restaurant 1}

-Panorama straβe 1A-10178 Mitte, Berlin, Approximately 10 €

3:00 p.m. Three options:

1.Check in at “Park Inn Berlin Alexanderplatz Hotel {Accomadation 1}

-Alexanderplatz7-10178 Berlin, 259$ American

- The Park INN Berlin Alexanderplatz Hotel is situated within walking distance of many tourist sites (Brandenburg Gate, the popular TV Tower, Unter den Linden and the Reichstag). It has three restaurants and features modern styled rooms that feature many luxuries (heated floors, a rain shower in the bathroom, flat screen tvs, and a carpark).

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2. Check in at “Marcure Hotel and residence Berlin checkpoint Charlie”

-Schutzen straβe 11-10117 Berlin, 342$ American {Accomadation 2}

- The Mercure Hotel & Residenz Berlin Checkpoint Charlie is a 4 star residence in a quiet central location, close to the Friedrichstraße shopping street. The unique building houses 135 spacious and contemporary rooms, apartments and suites with Wi-Fi access. Guests have 24-hour access to the gym, sauna and solarium and can enjoy a free massage on Tuesday evenings. Event tickets can be purchased at reception via the Mercure Ticket Service.

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3. The circus Hotel

-RosenthalerStrasse 1-10119 Berlin, 176 € {Accomadation 3}

-the Circus, the concept of sustainability and running a “Green” hotel means a commitment to an ethical approach to all aspects of our business. This goes as far as the field in which we have chosen to operate – namely the low budget hostel and hotel market

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 6:00 p.m. go to church “Evangel. PfarramtLukaskircheSteglitz” {Sightseeing 1}

-Schonhauserstraβe 15-12169 Berlin, free

- Evangel. PfarramtLukaskircheSteglitz was built during the period of World War I and has changed very little. Most of the original architecture has been preserved and the church itself has the only grounds dedicated to the dead of WWI. The steeple is partially blocked by apartments on two sides, which means that the best appreciation of this fine building is up close.

 8:00 p.m. go eat at “ Restaurant Maxwell ” { Restaurant 2 }

-Bergstraβe22-10115 Mitte, Berlin, 15€

 9:15 p.m. Go back to Hotel

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 9:45 p.m. two options

1. Visit Spagos Bar und Lounge {Entertainment 1}

-Alexanderplatz7-10178 Berlin 259, 20€

- Join us for a meal in a warm and a inviting atmosphere, live music is provided and there is a large selection of food available. There are a wide variety of seating arragements

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2. Opera: Arabella{Entertainment 2}

-Herbert-Von-Karajan Straβe 10785 Berlin, 44€

-ARABELLA is the last collaboration between the acclaimed duo Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Richard Strauss. Adopting the tone of an operetta the work portrays the existential hardships, obsessions and dreams of a society bereft of its traditional solidity. An addiction to gambling has brought financial ruin on the family of cavalry officer Waldner. The one hope for salvation lies in marrying off the daughter Arabella into a wealthy family.

-duration: 3 hrs | 1 interval

saturday
Saturday

10:00 a.m. two options

1.breakfast at “Schwarze pump” (Flea Market when done) {Shopping 1}

-ChorinerStraβe 76-10119 Mitte, Berlin, 10€

- The café's name is an allusion to surface mining in Eastern Germany which was stopped in the years after the reunification. The futuristic barstools made of steel tubes and gauges and the enamel signs with instructions to the workers on the brown walls recall the industrial past. The old floorboards and the even older tables create a very dense and nostalgic atmosphere. The prices are very reasonable and there is also a range of light dishes and snacks on offer. It opens right onto the flea market.

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2.Breakfast at “Sony center” (Shop when done) {Shopping 2}

-Kemperplatz 1-10785 Tiergarten, Berlin, 10€

- Sony Center in PotsdamerPlatz is a large shopping, office, apartment and tourest area. It is comprised of many large Bisnesses, and several shopping and entertainment factors. For those interested in a prolonged stay in the area, there are hotels and apartments for rent.

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 12:15 a.m. two options

1. “East Side Gallery” {Sightseeing 2}

-Muhlenstraβe1-10243 Berlin, free

- The Berlin Wall East Side Gallery is a 1.3km-long section of the Berlin wall near the center of Berlin. Approximately 106 paintings by artists from all over the world cover this memorial for freedom and make it the largest open air gallery in the world.  

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2. Berlin Darkworlds underground walking tour {Sightseeing 3}

-Underground station of Gesundbrunnen, 14.70$ American

- The Berlin Dark Worlds Tour offers a unique first hand experience of the underground structures that played a major role in its wartime history. The tour highlights the civilian hiding bunkers, but also on the tour is an explanation of the 19th C pneumatic pipe post system, and the underground brewery cells.

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 2:45 p.m. “Neues Museum” {Museum 2 }

-Bodestraβe3-10178 Mitte, Berlin, 5€ Admissions

- The Neues museum is now officially opened after it’s reconstruction which began shortly after world war 2. The main exhibits are those of Egypt and of “prehistory” and early history. One main exibit is the bust of Egyptian queen Nefertiti.

 5:00 p.m. “Restaurant Lubitsch” {Restaurant 3 }

-Bleibtreustraβe47-10623 Charlottenburg, Berlin, 20€

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 5:30 p.m. two options

1. “Jannowitzbrücke” for four hour boat tour of Berlin {Entertainment 3}

-Michaelstraβe4-10243 Friedrichshain, Berlin 17.5€

-Join us for a wonderful evening cruise down the river spree as we guide you though a historical and educational sightseeing tour of berlin on one of our many boats. Music is pervided and tours are available in german, english and spanish.

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2. “Olympiastadium” for soccer game {Entertainment 4}

-OlympischerPlatz 3, Berlin, 18.31€

- The Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) is a sports stadium in Berlin. The current Olympiastadion was originally built for the 1936 Summer Olympics in the southern part of the Reichssportfeld (today Olympiapark Berlin). During World War II, the area suffered little damage. After the war, the British military occupation used the northern part of the Reichssportfeld as its headquarters until 1994.  It was also used for 3 matches in the 1974 FIFA World Cup. It hosted six matches, including the final, in the2006 FIFA World Cup and was renovated for that reason. The German Cup final match is held each year at the Olympiastadion.

sunday
Sunday

 8:00 Head to “Croissanterie” for breakfast {Restaurant 4 }

-Pannierstraβe56-12047 Berlin, 10€

 9:30 go to “Bauhaus museum” {Museum 3 }

-Klingelhoferstraβe14-10785 Berlin, 44€ for tour

- The Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design in Berlin is concerned with the research and presentation of the history and impact of the Bauhaus (1919-1933), the most important school of architecture, design, and art of the 20th century. It is the most complete existing collection focused on the history of the school and all aspects of its work and is accessible to all. The collection is housed in a building drafted by Walter Gropius, the founder of the school.

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 11:45 Be at airport at

  • 1:45 airplane leaves Berlin

-Price 484$ Canadian flight price, 176$ flight fees. Total 413.33 €

trip price
Trip Price
  • Minimum Cost Per Trip:

1184.15€

  • Maximum Cost Per Trip:

1304.49€