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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Joyce and I had visited here back in 1975. It was still East Berlin back then. But the museums were considered national treasures, and we were impressed with what we saw.
The Pergamon Museum holds a fascinating collection of ancient relics from Greece and the Middle East. Much of it was hauled to Berlin by German archeologists.
The museum gets its name from its most famous exhibit: the ...
... Esther, and we found out she was from Hungary. Great, an opportunity to practice my one word of Hungarian that I know! As in instructed on the walking tour in Budapest, I simply said 'I guess you can drive' as quickly as possible. It was just met with laughter, and it didn't get any better in the coming days! The next morning we set off to do the National History Museum. This was a huge museum stretching over 2 floors with thousands of different artefacts on show, The sort of ...
... sup> and early 20th centuries. It was incredible to be in a museum in Germany and learning so much about the ancient civilizations that inhabited modern day Turkey, Syria, Iraq and other places. The namesake of the museum is the Pergamon Altar which is housed in part in a large wing of the museum. The front section of the altar has been completely reconstructed from almost entirely original pieces and it depicts on it’s sides ...
... to see if Tim and Rickie were able to ride a tandum bike but it proved to awkard so we are now looking at hiring a bike with a carriage attached. We then headed over to the east side gallery where we walked along the wall where artists had been commissioned to paint pictures when the wall first came down. Unfortunately most of this art has been messed up with people adding their names ...
... 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 ...