SORAT Hotel Ambassador Berlin
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Muy buena calidad precio, y en una buena zona de compras de Berlin
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... by declaring that most people would be getting off the bus at the same stop, so not to worry, and then proceeded to explain how the ticket system works so we know for future reference, and helped us get on the right train to get us to the hostel! (I dread to think where we'd have ended up if it wasn't for this help....possibly back in Birmingham judging by our initial confusion)!
After arriving at the hostel and having a battle with the ...
... We are having a new experience today too: our first ride on one of Europe's high speed trains. There is a display panel at the end of the car with various information including the speed. The highest we have seen it was 250km/hr. The train is so smooth it does not feel as though you are hurtling along at that speed. Also, these high speed trains are WiFi equipped so someone could get a lot of work done if they needed to.
A few hours later ...
... location. Within 20 minutes walk, I had found the Riestag, Brandenburg gate, the Tiergarten and the Sinti Roma memorial. Not too bad for a days work. I've booked a walking tour for tommorrow so hopefully I will be able to explain these sites to you a little better. What I can say is the Sinti Roma memorial was quite sad. Its a dedication to the million gypsies who were killed in WW2. A galss wall explains the events of what ...
... the large cathedral more or less in the centre of the city, apart from being a drop of point for the yellow bus it was also a stop for the red bus, I guess both companies compete with each other travelling the same route. The second drop off was the Reichstag Building, and even with a circling staircase it was pretty impressive and easy for me to climb as long as I wasn’t in a hurry to reach the glass dome at the top, from then on it was mainly parks and gardens and ...
... so Tom and I thought we would head into the city in the morning to do some last minute shopping and mail some postcards. Somehow, despite excellent planning and time management, we ended up with not enough time to accomplish our tasks without missing the train. We then literally ran through the old town to get back to the train station and went sprinting down the platform with my suitcase in tow. I got on with about 42 seconds to spare before the train pulled ...