Amaryl City-Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Amaryl City-Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
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... n went to c one of the largest remaining sections of the wall. The museum displays were written for children n the information repetitive with what we had learned over the past few days. We agreed we were officially done w Berlin n snapped a few pics n boarded the S-bahn for home.
-we took some down time to get warm n dry then I went out for my final mission to check out the parents' hotel in Oct n to research the bus stop for tomorrow's ride to the ...
First day of uni would be more age-appropriate but I decided that this formulation reflected better the state of confusion and overwhelming feelings of the day. Okay so last week-end, I had gotten in a massive argument with a close friend of mine, woke up on Monday excited but somehow...clumsy and unable to think straight. At breakfast, I accidentally dropped hazelnut spread on my jeans, after what I could not close my bedroom with my key and had to leave it open, ...
... doing some awesomely awful dance moves together before we had to leave for the last stop. The nightclub on the other hand Briony went missing for ages, after a long stint on the sweaty dance floor I later found briony chatting to a guy at the bar and had been for an hour. Much to my disappointment she didn’t even snag a drink off this guy! Poor form. After we left the sweat pit and on the way home we got ourselves some local cuisine, The Doner kebab. The must have on the ...
... Rickie wants to take us to her favourite schnitzel restuarant. Ronny who happily has been able to join us orders 9 german tapas dishes including ham and sauerkraut, meatballs in mustard, blood sausage, cabbage rolls and a herring salda to be followed by a vienna schnitzel. Rickie has warned us the schnitzels are big so Tim and I share. The schnitzels are definitly big they take up the whole plate but are delious. We have a table on the balcony and have a great ...
... were created and how many people died there. They had some really good pictures too. You then go into a room with translations of letters that some of the victims of the concentration camps and forced labour camps sent their families before being killed. That was probably the most powerful thing I've seen on this tour. Just knowing that most of them knew that they were going to die and having to write to your family to say goodbye.
I then headed back ...