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  1. German Project Maxim Liber Amy Bowser Maya Ranvig Tang Mi

  2. Friday

  3. Morning Arrive in Frankfurt at 8:30am Fly to Berlin at 10:20am Arrive in Berlin at 11:25 am.

  4. 12:00-2:00 Check in at hotel: 1)St. Christopher’s Inn • Rosa Luxembourg Strasse 41, 10178 Berlin, Germany • 030 814539-60‎ “A Berlin hostel ideally located in the exciting and historic Berlin-Mitte just minutes from the legendary nightlife, funky restaurants and must-see Berlin attractions.” 8 Bed mixed dorm - $21.98/night

  5. 12:00-2:00 Check in at hotel: 2)Wombat´s City Hostel Berlin • Alte Schönhauser Straße 2, 10119 Berlin, Germany • 030 8471082-0‎ “A brand-new hostel in perfect location, next to a metro stop, sights and nightlife within easy walking distance. All rooms en suite, rooftop terrace with killer views & bar, on-site restaurant.” Double room 29,00 EUR/night

  6. 12:00-2:00 Check in at hotel: 3) Motel One Hotel Berlin Alexanderplatz • Dircksenstraße 36, 10179 Berlin, Germany • 030 2005408-0‎ “Great location, friendly and competent staff, clean rooms and a good price" ... "Positive: Motel One provided excellent value for the money" ... "Positive: staff very helpful" ... "Fantastic hotel if you like quality budget travel.” Room with twin beds 69.00Eur/night

  7. 2:00-3:00 Have Lunch: 1)Eve and Adam’s • Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 24-26, 10178 Berlin, Germany • 030 28047977 “100% organic fast food, salads, salad bar, smoothies, fresh juices, soups, tea, coffee, coffee to go, tossed salads, soups, organic.” Cost 8.00€/person

  8. 2:00-3:00 Have Lunch: 2) Dolores Gourmet Burritos Amerikanisch • Rosa-Luxemburg-Straße 7, 10178 Mitte, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 2809-9597‎ “Good/cheap prices 4-6 euro for burritos" ... "Highly recommended, and I only wish theyd open a branch close to me” "Wow wowwow what a yummy lunch!.” Cost 4.00-6.00€/person

  9. 2:00-3:00 Have Lunch: 3) Restaurant Hovang Vietnam • Schönhauser Allee 6/7, 10119 Berlin, Germany • 030 5034-8668 A wide selection of Vietnamese food at an affordable price. Cost 9.50€/person

  10. 3:00-6:00 Evening Tours 1)Olympiastadion Berlin • Olympiastadion Berlin, Olympischer Platz, 14053 Berlin, 14053, Germany • 0180 5189200‎ Guided tours of the Olympic Stadium are offered throughout the day. The stadium has a unique history, with it hosting the 1936 Olympics and being a venue for the recent World Cup of Soccer. Cost 10.50€/person

  11. 3:00-6:00 Evening Shopping 2)Nike Tower Berlin • Tauentzienstraße 7, 10789 Charlottenburg, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 2507-0‎ The ultra modern store offers a wide variety of sporting products for athletes, casual wear, sporting enthusiast and clothing from local sporting clubs. Cost: Variable

  12. 3:00-6:00 Evening Shopping 3)Adidas - in the Sports Performance Store • Tauentzienstraße 7, 10789 Charlottenburg, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 2507-0‎ The outlet offers a wide selection of Adidas products. Unique to this outlet is the personalization of shoe products for athletes with custom measuring, comfort and individualized performance. Cost: Variable

  13. 6:00-8:00 Dinner 1) Café am Neuen See • Lichtensteinallee Lichtensteinallee, 10787 Tiergarten, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 254493-00‎ The cafe offers a selection of fresh organic food products for a light dinner. It is well known as a popular beer garden with a very scenic view Tiergarten park. Cost: 10Eur for food/person Drinks variable

  14. 6:00-8:00 Dinner 2) Paris - Moskau • Alt-Moabit 141, 10557 Tiergarten, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 3942-081‎ A comfortable sit down dinner with a menu that covers a wide selection of national cuisines. The restaurant provides the opportunity to sample French, German and Italian cuisine. Cost: Pricey

  15. 6:00-8:00 Dinner 3) Café Buchwald • BartningalleeBartningallee, 10557 Tiergarten, Berlin, Berlin, Germany • 030 3915931‎ The cafe offers a selection of decadent European sweets and a wide selection of coffees. The cafe is known for special cake called “Baumkuchen”. Cost: 10 Euro/person

  16. 8:00-12:00 Evening Activities 1) Berliner Philharmoniker • Herbert-von-Karajan-Straße 1, 10785 Berlin, Germany • 030 25488-0‎ The Philharmoniker has concerts every Friday with a rotating schedule of performances. Depending on the schedule, the Berlin Philhorminiker will be performing or a guest performance. Cost: Variable depending on seat

  17. 8:00-12:00 Evening Activities 2) Botanical Gardens Königin-Luise-Str. 6-8, 14191 Berlin – Dahlem Garden beds and open parkland – 42 hectare site, over 18 000 species of plants Small entrance fee (5 euros) makes it a quiet alternative to the busy city Musical program consisting of local as well as international musicians on Fridays from June through August - outdoor concerts, which move into the greenhouse if raining .

  18. 8:00-12:00 3) Shopping – KaDeWe Kaufhaus des Westens, Tauentzienstr. 21-24, 10789 Berlin Friday hours – closes at 9pm 1905 the idea was presented to have it as a department store, doors first opened in 1907 Now over 60 000 square meters, and 2000 employees Each day, some 180 000 customers visit from around the world

  19. Saturday

  20. 8:00-12:00 Morning – Breakfast at hostel 1) VolksparkFriedrichshain • -PlatzderVereintenNationen, 10249 Berlin – Friedrichschain Located in eastern Berlin You can find young and old alike taking a leisurely stroll Path to top leads to interesting view of city Park also includes public swimming pool and beach volleyball, a pond, and a skateboard area. Transportation – bus lines 100, 257, 142. Tram lines 5,6,8,15.

  21. 8:00-12:00 2. VolksparkHumboldthain • -13355 Berlin – Wedding Includes picnic grounds and a public swimming pool The remains of a large WW2 bunker serve as a lookout point impressive view of city, especially to the north monument to German reunification at the top of this lookout point local technical mountain climbers use northern face of bunker as practice climbing wall

  22. 8:00-12:00 3) Zoo (ZoologischerGarten) • -Hardenbergplatz 8, 10787 Berlin-Tiergarten Completed in 1841 Germany’s oldest zoo Most of animals were killed during bombing raids during WW2 but they still currently have 14000 residents representing 4000 species - world’s largest number of species Day pass for adult is 12.00 Euros

  23. 12:00-1:00 Have lunch at a kiosk, the location depends on the activity selected in morning.

  24. 1:00-5:00 Proceed on a walking tour of central Berlin. The guided tour offers many places to visit, with the participants being allowed to choose which sites they want to visit. The tour stops are list below: Main information – This is a free walking tour. It lasts for about 3 and a half hours just show up. The tours start at 11am, 1pm, and 4pm. It starts at the Brandenburg Gate and the tour guides are wearing red New Europe t-shirts. • Main Sites Visited: • PariserPlatz-One of the most well known squares in Berlin. • Brandenburg Gate- A former city gate and symbol of Berlin. Above the gate is the goddess of peace statue. • The Reichstag- German house of parliament built in 1894. • The New Holocaust Memorial- Official name is The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. There is also a museum underneath that can be visited after the tour. • The Site of Hitler’s Bunker- Where Hitler committed suicide on April 30th 1945.

  25. 1:00-5:00 • The Site of Hitler’s Bunker- Where Hitler committed suicide on April 30th 1945. • Luftwaffe HQ- Is an air force building of the Nazi there is a memorial that is painted on the wall. • The Berlin Wall- The wall was dismantled in the weeks after November 9th 1989. • The former SS Headquarters- The buildings that the Gestapo were using. Now a memorial site. • Checkpoint Charlie- Famous crossing point between East and West German. • Gendarmenmarkt- A famous concert house where Symphony Orchestra plays. • Bebelplatz- National Opera House. • The Book Burning Memorial- Memorial of the disaster of 20,000 books that were burned by the Nazis. • Museum Island- Known for several internationally renowned museums. • NeueWache- Today is known as the German Memorial to the Victims of War and Tyranny. • Note: • These are just some of the places that are visited during the walking tour. Also if the tour seems too much for them they can just pick and choose from these famous places and go on their own in their own time.

  26. 5:00-7:00 1) Hard Rock Café 21 Meinekestrasse Berlin 10719 The Café is known as one of Europe’s best places to party. It serves good American food that is reasonably cheap. It is close to the opera and other theaters. The entertainment around the Café also draws in a younger crowed that students normally enjoy.

  27. 5:00-7:00 2) Restaurant Ach Kurfürstendamm 97-98, 10709 Berlin, Germany 030 3249779‎ A cosy Greek restaurant offering traditional cuisine and a wide selection of wines. Known for live music and overall appreciation of Greek culture. Price: Variable with wine.

  28. 5:00-7:00 3) Café Adler 206 Friedrichstrasse Berlin 10969 Mitte This Café is very close to Checkpoint Charlie and the view from the inside looks out to the Wall. The food is relatively cheap and the inside decoration is an experience in itself.

  29. Sunday

  30. 8:30-9:00 Have a typical German breakfast at the hotel. The breakfast includes a selection of breads, cold meats, cheeses, jams, soft boiled eggs and fruit.

  31. 9:00-12:00 Take the taxi to Museum Island for a cost of 3 Euros. 1) Altes Museum Bodestraße 3, 10178 Mitte, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 0209 05577‎ Hosting a wide selection of artifacts from classical antiquity, the museums is known as world heritgae site in itself. Currently going under restoration to restore the original design to its original glory.

  32. 9:00-12:00 2) AlteNationalgalerie Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin, Germany 030 2090-5801‎ The site is a UNESCO world heritage site. The museum has a collection of Classical, Romantic, Biedermeier, Impressionist and early Modernist artwork. The “Goethe era is represented with landscapes by Jakob Philipp Hackert, portraits by Anton Graff and his contemporaries and works of the German artists working in Rome, known as the Nazarenes: Peter Cornelius, Friedrich Overbeck, Wilhelm Schadow and Philipp Veit.”

  33. 9:00-12:00 3) Bode-Museum Jebensstraße 2, 10623 Charlottenburg, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 030 2090-5566‎ “With the re-opening of the Bode Museum on 21 October 2006, the Sculpture Collection, which is is one of Germany's largest collections of sculptures, and the Museum of Byzantine Art, together with the Numismatic Collection and works of the Gemäldegalerie, are once more on display in their full splendour. “ Price: 4Euro/student

  34. 9:00-12:00 4) Pergamonmuseum Am Kupfergraben 5, 10117 Mitte, Berlin, Berlin, Germany 030 2090-5577‎ ‎ The museum was constructe between 1910-1930 by the designs of Alfred Messel. The museum contains a collection of Classical Antiquities,Museum of Islamic Art andMuseum of Ancient Near Eastern Art

  35. 12:00-12:45 Return to the hotel by taxi for lunch and preparation to leave Berlin. Cost of taxi is 3 Euros. German lunches consist of cooked food in contrast with North American lunches. A healthy sampling of cabbage, bread, salads and generous servings of meat can be expected.

  36. 12:45-2:30 Pack the suitcase, belongings and any souvenirs. Take the No.100 or No.200 bus to the airport. (1.5Euro per person) Fly from Berlin-Frankfurt (1 hour) (2 people=175 Euro) Arrive in Frankfurt 19:30 Frankfurt-----Toronto-----Halifax 2:30 4:30 5:30 7:30