Citadines Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
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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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... were staying (on Scoot).
DDR Museum - telling about life for East Germans behind the wall.
Walked and rode along the part of the wall that has been retained and repainted by some of the original artists. Unfortunately, there is also quite a bit of graffiti on it.
As we weren't far from the city area we used Scoot to get around. We also tried the German sausages which were very good.
... at our destination than to waste precious time traveling during the day. We booked three sleep beds on the train and got all of our information filled out, then Michelle from the bike tour yesterday met us at the office inside the station and we set out to find food. The next hour was unproductively spent on a wild goose chase for an Asian restaurant that turned out to be just one floor below inside of the station, but eventually we found it and all got food in take out boxes to ...
... that I was considering going.
I received responses from everyone I contacted, which all had an invitation for me to come to their Seder. While I ultimately chose to spend Seder in Hamburg, Germany this year, it was reassuring to know that there were many people who would have allowed me to join them, another example of the perseverance of the Jewish people.
Being a brother of Alpha Epsilon Pi, I was excited to be able to attend the European conclave and meet ...
... of the journey, the rest was smooth sailing. Part of the reason my parents chose this particular route to Belgium was because it would take us through the Chunnel, an amazing feat of engineering sure to amaze my father and brother. Sadly the portion of the ride where we go underwater through the chunnel only lasts about 20 minutes and since it is dark you can’t really see any difference, the main thing I noticed was my ears popping. Never the less it was still ...
... a few Belgium beers. We also had some German sausage. Next stop was a deserted NSA listening statin at the top of a hill. The plan was to go there and watched the sun set but we got there and it was closed :( luckily we were still on top of a hill and got a good view of the sun set anyway! :) after that it was dinner time and we went to a restaurant and I had a baked potato with smoked salmon and it was amazing. It had been a long day so after that it was time for ...