Citadines Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
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... many other tourists, and headed back to a bar near our hostel for a couple of drinks before bed. We left Berlin on Thursday 31 July but we didn't need to leave town until 2pm so in the morning we walked along the East Side Gallery - a section of the wall remaining which has been decorated by various artists. We then crossed over the river and headed back in the direction of our hostel, but stopped for lunch at a really nice cafe (Tante Emma) where we snacked and relaxed in the ...
... so much room? When I tested it out the first time, there was so much more space. Oh, I forgot to consider the toiletries. And my camera. And my ipad. And the 500 Cliff bars that were on sale in REI. ****.
As I sat there looking at my bag almost filled to the brim, my chest began to tighten and tears stung my eyes. After the room stopped spinning, I told my mom to leave, I unpacked my bag. I took out half my shirts and a sports bra. Okay. Pack ...
... so we took the elevator to floor 5 or 6 and explored the exotic and expensive range of fruit, vegetables, wines, whiskey, spreads, pickles, sweets, teas and so many other things. The most crazy thing that we discovered on this level was a 200 year old bottle of Johnnie Walker worth 23 000 euros! So so crazy. It even came with a briefcase.. There were little restaurants on the floor with World class chefs cooking up delights for their customers who were drinking champagne worth 100 ...
... show of charades. It was fun. We were then joined by a man in his 80s who had no washing but looked like a regular all the same. He didn't speak a word of English and by the sounds of it, mumbled German too. Our friend behind the bar tried to translate but it was a little difficult. He wanted to ask us questions about Aboriginal Australia, but the translation was just too hard. Maybe in a few months time ;-) After our trip to the laundry we Then went home and watched ...
... trip in April 2013. During the tour of Pergamon (a city on a big hill that was conquered by Alexander the Great and the Romans turned it into a very wealthy place) the guide pointed out a spot where the Pergamon Altar stood as a temple to Zeus. It was vacant land. He then said that the Altar was relocated in the early 1900’s to a Berlin Museum. I was fascinated by this and Google imaged it when I got back to the hotel following that tour and was very impressed by such an ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCitadines Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
very good location, small well appointed rooms with excellant internet access. Very good service
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