BEST WESTERN Hotel Am Borsigturm
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Conference facilities
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... is dominated by the TV Tower with long queues outside waiting to buy a ride up to the top. This is the oldest part of Berlin the area where it was first settled, and from here the old churches and museums are easy to get to. It is also crowded with tourists and locals with lots of places for them to eat and to shop for souvenirs.
I was starting to feel the heat so I headed back to the U2 metro and was home in ...
... of any kind - and considering our tour group included 19 dudes and me (with the majority of said dudes being under 20) I was happily impressed.
Also, Mosaic as a tour choice was awesome. They are a 100% non-profit registered charity, and when I looked them up originally I liked their stance of not profiting 'on matters of such historical and moral significance'. Pietro and the other guides are paid (and tipped if they do a good job) but ...
... city and will meet Chris and his friend Claudio for dinner near the Brandenburg Gate. Well it was quite a bizarre meal. We chose this little restaurant along the banks of the River Spree. It was small and cosy, in fact, we found out after we were perusing the menu that it had no kitchen or toilet!! Meals came form the larger restaurant 2 doors down and that's where you had to go if you needed the toilet!! So every few minutes the waiter ran down the ...
We opt for a tour "Famous Walk" to get an informative 4 hour guided walk of the main historical highlights of Berlin. It leaves from Hackescher Markt so we head in on foot as it is only about 1,5km away. We're early and sit for a coffee watching the world go by. Ashleigh is a young British tour guide and she gives us a very quick history lesson so that the sights mean a little more. The history spans the Prussian rulers, first and second World Wars ...
... the rest of Europe, is pretty cheap all round! My hotel only cost NZ$50 a night (perhaps more a reflection of the neighbourhood it is in, than the actual price of accommodation in Prague, but still good value for money, all the same), and a meal and a couple of pints in a decent restaurant only costs about NZ$15! For all that was good, though, I can't say I was overly upset when the time came to leave... With Prague not quite living up to expectations, a combination ...