Art-Hotel Charlottenburger Hof
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... back with some ones meal. The meals were very late arriving for us and ranged in diner satisfaction from excellent to ok. Chris had a tart which turned out to be a pitta bread with sliced duck on it? Waiter claimed it was a French tart!? Service was ordinary so no tip. Waiter pulled a face when Mary asked for tap water! There was a 17€ public holiday surcharge also Tomorrow we have an early start as our train for Zurich leaves at 8.30. See you in Zurich!. Ciao! ...
... self-imposed rule for the day, held my thumb up to the beer-maid, and mouthed the words 'just one more'... ...the following morning I boarded a train for Prague, a little sluggish given the previous days activities, but a little excited, too, given that everybody I know who has ever been to Prague has raved about it, 'an amazing city' they would say! As I left the railway station upon arrival, however, I began to think that all those who had said as much must've consumed ...
... the sun. Evening time we decided to walk to the East Side Gallery. This is a portion of the Berlin Wall that is still standing and about 200 artists have painted murals representing how they have seen the wall and it's effects on the people. The feelings invoked by the paintings were amazing and of course they have been further defaced by other graffiti artists but are still incredible and so worth seeing. On the way we took a ...
Sorry, the last note should have been dated May 13. The TravelPod folks were doing some maintenance so I couldn't blog last night. So I am doing two tonight. Sorry you have to read two missives in one night. Relax, we'll be home Saturday and I'll stop pestering you with Dave says hi from wherever!
Anyway, last time we talked, we had a wonderful room at the Crowne Plaza in Berlin thanks to the great folks at Crowne ...
... choice - the minute I stepped out into the fresh air, I could tell I was in a central 'downtown' area of the city. Though I've never been to New York, Kreuzberg conjured up a mental image I had of an early '90s Brooklyn, derived no doubt from hip hop videos: omnipresent graffiti tags and the occasional magnificent mural decorating shabby apartment blocks and concrete social housing estates, all rattling to the tune of the trains clanking on elevated tracks overhead. In stark ...