Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... the famous or infamous hotel where Michael Jackson dangled his baby from the balcony. It often gets more photos than the arch itself!
It was the coldest day so far on our trip even colder than Switzerland and we were all struggling a bit. We had a quick stop to get some hot coffee near the Holocaust Memorial. We then got a chance to wander through the memorial which consists of 2,771 concrete slabs arranged in a grid pattern on a slopping field. The ...
... a cornucopia of scrumptious delight for reasonable prices. Sunday when I arrived Fee took me to dinner at a place called “Der Dicke Engel” which literally means “The Fat Angel,” where they serve authentic German food and drink. If you ate at that restaurant every night (or even once a week) you would certainly become overweight quite quickly, but I am not sure about angelic. The portions were enormous, and everything came loaded with ...
... got pages of them and I haven't really got around to learning any of them. But I'm getting used to it again and I've been corrected often enough over certain constant mistakes that it might eventually sink in.
After my tutor left I decided to have something to eat. I thought the snack shop opposite might be run by Kazakhs or something like that but of course they were Turkish.
I opted for a Turkish pizza and I ...
We went on another bus out to Potsdam which is about an hour out of town. It is a lovely old town that wasn't destroyed much by the war. Berlin certainly suffered from the bombing and it can be seen everywhere. Potsdam had quite a few palaces built by Wilhelm the first. It was also the place where the peace agreement for the 2nd w w was signed. It had a huge garden. So big it gave me ta blister. It ...
... her new place. I hope my granny is living for a little while longer, despite her own prophecies. I also hope James can see his
aunts again. He still feels so sorry not have had the time to go visit them before we left Ireland.
There is so much hope and a lot of fear of the unknown at this stage, mixed
with excitement about what may come.
All of those thoughts were instantly interrupted when we tried to check
in at Tegel Airport Berlin ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed