Hotel Am Anhalter Bahnhof
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Waking up early, we made our way to the Reichstag to have breakfast on the roof. After arriving, I felt very underdressed as I saw how proper and fancy the restaurant was. I ordered an omelette and my god, they had tabasco. I forgot how good tabasco is. We finished our meal and decided to go to the hop-on, hop-off bus and see the sights Berlin has to offer. On the ride, we learned much about german history and german buildings. We hopped off ...
... buried there in the fight for (then, East) Berlin who died in WWII (photo). It was bitterly cold but somehow bearable because we were all rugged up (photo). We continued walking and found our first outdoor Christmas markets (photos). It was a great atmosphere with everyone rugged up! We enjoyed lots of food tastings of nougat, dried Apple, fruit cake with amazing spices (which we bought), pizza type things which were a lot tastier than ours, ...
... Finally set berlin in tommy and searched for a campsite. None in the centre of the city so we based ourselves on the outskirts. Tired and travel exhaustion kicked in, all off to bed, big sightseeing day tomorrow! Campsite Sooooo quiet.... But pretty good facilities, and no trucks starting at 4am to wake us hopefully. Milestone reached today Since turkey we have had nicks iPod playing on shuffle as we couldn't find anything ...
... minutes after our reservation time and were escorted into security. As we were picking up our items (and after I was once again, heavily patted down due to my new hip) we were called aside and asked about the knife in our bag. After a moment of panic, I realized we had packed a pocket knife in our small backpack if we were out and about and needed a bottle opener or corkscrew. Fortunately, the guards just placed the knife in a small bag and told ...
... only. It wasn't a technical conference but everyone really knew their stuff.
And well, there's no doubt a few had actually studied linguistics and just as computer nerds are up to date on what's going on in the computer world - so were the people here about languages and linguistics.
But there was this classic. The bloke that was supposed to be doing the introduction to Kazakh couldn't get a visa so ...