Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hackescher Markt
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Left the Rott Hotel in Prague around 9am bound for Berlin. Taxi took about 15 minutes to circle the town to arrive at the Train Station. Arrived to a large departure area and had to wait until 10am before they allocated our platform. Off to platform 3 and up the escalator to a large undercover series of platforms. As we arrived at the platform the …
... his arm actually looks like it’s his you know what, hence the name Ampelman.
We did some more walking to Alexander Platz but didn’t go up the tower as it was too cloudy. By this point it was starting to rain and I felt we had walked everywhere so we headed back to the hotel via the "old town". Evan called it a failed tourist trap as unlike all the other old towns we’d been to, this one was really quiet and there were hardly any ...
... an opulant residence, is in Grunewald, a swanky Forest hill type of vibe. This palace was built in 1914, in a Baroque style as was owned by the Emperor 's lawyer..not bad for that job lol. It was turned into a hotel in 1951 and has been the place to stay for visitors, celebrities and stars alike! Actually we pulled up I saw several good looking guys with English accents and wondered who they were...they had that star quality about them. It turns ...
... br> obligue a todo el grupo a caminar por la copada Oderberger Strasse,
entre, mire al barista, un bombon by the way, y le dije, "Hey, se
comenta que aca esta el mejor cafe de Berlin...a ver??" Me miro y me
dijo, "Turca sos bravisima, sentate y callate." Me trajo el cafe y
tipo El Padrino, lo probe y le dije muy bien. Jajajaja! Era increible.
Pegamos la mejor con el australiano barista y le dije que solo
encontre buen cafe en un lugar en Londres y en 2 en Paris, me ...
After another grey and lazy morning, I decided to meet up with Max for lunch, and we went to the Italian restaurant we had seen on Friday (next to the Vietnamese). We both had the same, delicious huge raviolis filled with some kind of salmony-tomato sauce covered with a melt-in-the-mouth buttery sauce. As delicious as it was, it was so rich I couldn't even finish the last ravioli!
After walking in the area, Max had to go so I decided to grab the last opportunity for me ...