Arcadia Hotel Berlin
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... bus ride.
The bus is a very nice motor coach by Mercedes--and when we started out, it was a beautiful day. The further south we went, the cloudier it got and then it began to pour. By the time we stopped for a rest room break, it had quit raining but was chilly and overcast. Not ideal Segway riding weather!
We also found out that we are supposed to be back on the bus at 4:30 pm instead of 5:00 pm, and our tour doesn't end until 5:00 ...
... old bakery that has been run by a mother and now her daughter. As the daughter is now old the place is scheduled to close as she has no-one to take it over. We had a light pastry with flaked almonds and marzipan called Mandez Plunder.
10. Roststatte Berlin: this was a coffee place not unlike Simply Coffee in Adelaide except bigger. The barista explained about coffee and in particular the difference between Arabica and Robusta. I didn't realise that the coffee has the caffeine in it ...
... Running late for things seems to be our theme of the day :P We tried to find the tour group, and spotted a group that looked like it could be them. The guide was in the middle of a story, so we waited patiently for her to finish. When we finally got a chance to talk to her, she said this was actually a private tour. Oops! With no luck of finding our group, we set off on our own tour i.e. We walked to East Side Gallery to view artworks on the remaining parts of the Berlin Wall. ...
... walked around the block, then meet up with them at a pub nearby – it was an Irish pub (Murphy bar). We had a few drinks and then left the pub to look for a place for dinner. We came across an Asian restaurant by museum island, had some good food here and then left. It was raining as we left the restaurant. I walked back to their hotel, we said our goodbyes and then i headed back to my hostel. I went to the bar, had a drink and then went to bed.
... at 19:45 and this again was really interesting and the architecture itself very clever. We left the Reichstag and then Helen treated Millie and I for our birthdays to cocktails at the top of the highest building in the EU, the TV Tower. This was a perfect way to end the day; the cocktails were delicious and Berlin looked stunning by night. Thank you Helen!! Visiting later in the day was definitely the best decision, so we stayed until 11:30pm when it was much quieter and ...