Adina Apartment Hotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof
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... our hotel that had a coffee shop attached so after we tackled the challenge of starting the wash with all German language instructions we sat back sipping a cappuccino and really hoping that our laundry wasn’t going to change colors or shrink on us! Thank goodness everything turned out fine and we decided to circle back to one of the stops on our tour and check out the Information Center at the Holocaust Memorial.
After waiting in ...
... lent us a guidebook for the city and told us about all the free tours the hostel offered. He also told us if we wanted to take a ghost tour, it would be a gift from the hostel and they would pay for our tickets. The location of our hostel is also great, about five steps from Charles Bridge. They also have a cat names Wifi After dropping our stuff off ...
... of Berlin near the Brandenburg Gate. The food is served by German waitresses wearing knickerbockers. The meal (photo below) consisted of pork knuckle, sauerkraut, potatoes and peas mash is one of their speciality dishes. It looked quite horrific when it arrived at my table but the meat is very tender and tasty. Including a large beer it cost just under $20 AUD in total. Just another example of how cheap it is to live here.
Today was travel day number I-can't-even-remember-anymore. I was set for Berlin today.
It took so damn long to get from home to the station, and it was rainy and cold.
Horrible weather, you say? No! It was great weather. It meant I could wear many layers all at once....all the stuff that for some reason won't fit in my bag.
Packing my backpack still confuses the absolute **** out of me. I came to France last month with a ...
... into the countryside to see parts of Berlin I never knew about.
A friend of mine was playing at a little bar near here, a true old pub (or keniepe)/art gallery. Die kleine Weltlaterne, which roughly translated means the little world lantern. Or maybe the little light of the world… The food was fine, the music silly, the people friendly, art, knickknacks and photos from the last 40 years adorn the walls, and the current show was a photo exhibit ...