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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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In 1785, a tower (the Französischer Dom) was added beside the church to add symmetry to the market it stands in, although it isn't actually a part of the church, it just has a museum inside of it and a viewing platform that you can go to the top of to see the city of Berlin.
I first went inside of the church, which honestly seemed very underwhelming since it was essentially just a small room with a few chairs, blank ...
... various German vineyards. We were able to chat with the people around us and even got to speak to several of the chefs. There were 2 other separate rooms full of food and wine stations that we floated around and got to try numerous foods. Unlimited champagne, wine and food were the focus of the evening, meant to showcase the best of German cuisine. We had an absolute blast and even walked away with a goody bag and our aprons as souvenirs!
... down the river past all the museum island, then back up, past the start point, along past the parliament building and through part of the park, before returning to the start. I got off after the cruise and went looking for a place to have lunch. I found a Turkish kebab place, got a kebab and that was lunch. It was nice and after lunch i walked up the main street – unter de linden. This went all the way to the Brandenburg ...
... travelled to her abode in Köpenick on the eastern side of Berlin. We unloaded our bags at her place, it was a nice change from staying in hostels. Our first night was fairly relaxed and we enjoyed some awesome burgers.
City by Boat
On our first day Izzy took us on a 3 hour boat cruise around the city. This cruise allowed us to see various different aspects of the city, from its ...
... has the memorial to Hambolt University where the Nazi students burnt the books.
I then went on a boat tour around Museum Island and the Government quarter. I sat next to a Brisbane guy who laughed and joked the whole way, which was entertaining.
I wandered along the boardwalk to Strandbar and Tanz where there are deck chairs for people to relax in and watch the waterside dancing every ...