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Berlin, Germany: two-day solo trip ideas needed

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Hello! I will be in Berlin in December (at the Ringhotel Seehof Berlin, Lietzensee-Ufer 11,
14057 Berlin) for a meeting and plan on staying two extra days (Friday and Saturday) to see the sights. Love shopping in unique, local areas, and history and architecture. Like local flavor (pubs, restaurants) and friendly local places. Bear in mind I will be a single woman traveling alone. I am also recovering from a knee surgery so probably would not be able to walk extensively. Your expertise would be appreciated!

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