Andel's Hotel Berlin
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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Flying to Europe is so easy compared with getting to Thailand or Japan. The first flight, from Boston to Amsterdam, took only six hours; our flight was delayed fifteen minutes because there were such strong tailwinds that we would have arrived too early if we had left on time!
So here I am in Berlin, staying in a hotel that was in the …
I stumbled upon an event listing for a concert that looked like it might be worth checking out on my first night in Berlin. After about 24 hours of travel and a few Pilsners, Anna and I ventured out into the snowy night to the Louisiana Rhythm Club - Johnny Cash Tribute Night at Roadrunner's Paradise Rock & Motor Club. Just 2.5 miles from our …
The Choir began the performance section of the tour today at St Hedwig's Cathedral. What a beautiful church. It was an incredible mixture of clean stone, glass and wood, open and airy, yet warm and welcoming. The Choir was wonderful in this space and it seemed like they we loved by the locals.
I really liked the Cathedral priest, he …
... shower, recharge our batteries, etc.. Later in the night a few people decided to have a quiet night in (boooooring..) while the rest of us headed to a place which brought me some memories. We went to a place called Hofbräu which is the name of the bavarian beer which i primarily drank at Oktoberfest in Munich. Inside, the place looked exactly like what i experienced in Munich (except of course this place was indoors and it wasnt really October anymore). Anyways, ...
... not fall to the Soviets. There was a plane landing in Berlin every 90 seconds, and if you missed your landing time you didn't get a second chance, you had to go all the way back to the end of the queue! At one point they also dropped raisins and candy from planes for the children, something a lot of Berliners remember. Checkpoint Charlie itself was reasonably underwhelming, but you could see how it would have been quite a crazy situation. We then biked to a nearby building that ...