Amelie Messe ICC
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... 8217;t seem phased by them but there we were trying to shoo them away – haha.
We made our way back to our hotel and had a snooze before heading back downstairs to the hotel’s bar/lounge to watch MotoGP over a couple of beers before bed.
We now found ourselves on the train again, bound for Prague where we will stay for 3 nights. We have heard so many lovely things about Prague so looking forward to it! Missing my babies very much… ...
... around for a little while and retuned home for the evening! On Wednesday we woke up pretty early and had some breakfast, and then met at the Brandenburg Gates to leave for a tour of the Sauchesenhausen concentration camp located just outside of Berlin. Going into this tour I was very nervous. Learning about the holocaust in school was pretty difficult, and to think that I was going to be standing where thousands of people died was a little overwhelming. Luckily ...
... to give the feet a rest, and something different. I liked exploring the city especially Berlins city with a guide as you take in so much more and pick up on stuff you would literally walk pass. The canadian recommended some bars and places to eat near our hotel. Im not sure if its his markings or my lack of mapping skills but we couldn't find any of them. We ended up getting something from this small Thai place. ...
다시 비가 주룩주룩 으슬으슬
공항가기전 ;에 공원, art gallery 걸어다니려 ;는 원대한 목표를 가지고 출동
12시 이후에나 문을 여는 가게들 모두 문닫았지만 ...
After a harrowing night of train hopping (including a nearly four hour stay at the Leipzig train station between midnight and 4 am), we arrived in Berlin completely exhausted. We were staying with our friend Eva and her boyfriend Paul, who fortunately lived only a couple minutes from the station.
Jaclyn went out to do a little grocery shopping after our nap (if that's even a word that would apply to complete, sustained unconsciousness). Eva took her through Mauer ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed