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- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... crowd outside for 7am wursts. We chowed down some greasy food and even had one last beer. A quick stop in a random photo booth for a priceless memory before walking back to her apartment to sleep it all off.
Jess made us an amazing brunch before we set out to explore the city with her. Sunday was our only whole day with her as a tour guide since she was off work. She took us to the coolest outdoor flea market in a huge park. The Mauerpark market takes place every Sunday ...
... of words there. NOT! John laughed and commented on his word choice, while the German girls jaw dropped and she was absolutely gobsmacked. Adam was quick to explain what he meant, then we headed home for a sleep.
In the morning we went and had a banana hot chocolate and salmon bagel while we waited for Scott's passport to arrive by mail. As soon as ...
... Marie's brother to meet us from the train and escort us to her flat, where we were met by her flatmate.
We both slept really well and had a slow start this morning. We then went for a long wander without a camera, thro the streets of Berlin: tall apartment blocks, wide roads, little traffic, bright, warm sunshine. We found the first market we were looking for, inside a 19th century market hall, but neither of the others ...
... that. Walked along the road through the big Tiergarten to the Victory Column. An impressive structure with a large sculpture of Victoria, built to commemorate successful campaigns in the 1800's and the Versailles Treaty that saw the formation of the first German Empire in the late 1800's. It was moved to this site from near the Reichstag by the Nazis as it was in the way for their plans. This is what saved it during the war. Climbed up the 285 steps to just under the ...
... while and had a ice coffee before heading back to Rickies unit and booked another hire car and made our way to The Berlin Wall memorial. We spend some time walking along the section of wall that had seperated Bernauer street. We visited the vistors center then made our way along the wall with sites where tunnels had been built as well as one section with no mans land. I was rather keen ...