art'otel Berlin Kudamm
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... about fireworks that they were going off all day around the city and in the crowd as we waited. It was like a battle zone with explosions and rockets from every quarter and no let up. The main show looked spectacular but as we were downwind the smoke cloud spoiled our view. It was rather scary as Mary will confirm. We did not get home till after 1 and were pleased to get indoors and away from the 'battlefield". Today we went for some sightseeing ...
... Garten, another large offering, with a Chinese themed pagoda, housing a raucous oompah band, as its centre piece! And, of course, no visit to Munich would be complete without having a beer at Hofbrauhaus, a cavernous beer hall in the centre of town, chock-full with patrons sitting at long tables, elbow to elbow, swilling, singing and swaying (think 'stone cutters' from 'the Simpsons' and you won't be too far off the mark)! As Hofbrauhaus was my last stop, I decided to ...
... and sad as an observer at this site. The history of Berlin from 1933 (the rise of Hitler) to now is simply incredible. The city is now a dynamic modern place. The people are friendly and helpful, and if the history was untold one would consider the city one of the best in the world. There is construction work everywhere and when completed the city will show itself in a wonderful light for the ...
... my first day, thinking it might also be a good way of getting my bearings. One of Gaby's flatmates had told me to head for 'Brandenburger Tor', and it is here that my knowledge of German was well and truly exposed. Assuming that 'Tor' must mean something like 'station', on the basis of Kottbusser Tor and a number of other U-Bahn stops bearing the 'Tor' moniker, I had another desperate search on the metro map looking in vain for a route to Brandenburger Tor. Of course, a trip to ...
... ten meters away.
When we did finally get it, we had chocolate and I had the painfully slow joy of reading the back of a chocolate packet to three Germans ...in German. I was so nervous of pronouncing things wrong, but in the end there was only one word I said incorrectly. And they thought it was adorable!
Then after some little photo shoots of us and some laughs..it was time to bid my new friends and my big sister farewell.