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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Amano Berlin
The food at Breakfast is good as it is in all German hotels that I've stayed in, also the location of this hotel is great not far from Museum Island and major shopping and markets. Being close to a suburban train station so getting around is easy and the cafe's in the area are good value so eating out is not a painful experience.
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The group gathers for dinner to share stories about our various adventures. The restaurant is just a couple of blocks from our hotel: Wilhelm Hoeck, founded in 1892. Some of the original waitresses are still there! (Just kidding, but you might think so from the speed of the service.) The menu is not expensive, and features traditional German cuisine. Quite a few order Bratwurst and Sauerkraut. Apple strudel for dessert, of ...
... and headed up the TV tower. €13 for an adult. You go up over 200m and can see views all over the city, we went up on a cloudyish day so didn't get the best views. On Friday we went to a Brandenburg gate and met up for a free walking tour (again tip based) with new Berlin. There walking tours leave at 11am and are English speaking. Our tour guide Leen was AMAZING. It is the historic tour so goes through the ...
... with wooden home made doors. This divides the area into storage spaces for each of the tenants. We were so surprised at op how big the space was. Paul and I had never been down there before. We found Specky's enormous pile of boxes and helped him to carry them from one room to another as he sorted through all of his stuff. It took him a little while, as he found lots of memories in the form of drawings, magazines that published his cartoons and production ...
... the two bears that were located by the Märkisches Museum. The two bears were a peace offering from the United States and they are a symbol of Peace. When we were walking up to the bears I thought it was going to be the statue of bears and once we reached them, we saw that they were real live bears.
... would have easier access to it, but so that Berlin natives would walk by it every day. And remember the holocaust every day.
The other reason the memorial is controversial is because of how it was built. The field of concrete pillars was purposely left blank of any names or writings. So that visitors would get their own meaning out of it. And they wanted to prevent anyone from leaving graffiti. So they coated the pillars in a substance that would allow them ...