BEST WESTERN Hotel Am Borsigturm
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... 160; It was pretty good. You could tell we were in a fine dining establishment by the beautiful presentation. Basti then drove Ursi, mother and I downtown to Alexanderplatz where the TV Tower is. When we got there it was way to foggy to bother going up. This time we were smart and looked up before buying tickets. :) We will try again tomorrow night, as Ursi has invited us to her house ...
... to be, including the bathrooms. Of course the menus are a bit different, and you can't get an unsweetened ice tea, or any tea other than hot tea. The woman who took our order was so very kind, helping us decipher what might be a Quarter Pounder with Cheese. Honestly, we found the folks over here to be consistently friendly and helpful.
After lunch, Cheryl took the wheel while Mark got to rest for a few hours. The road was a bit more ...
... and historians from England during their work in various parts of the world and while most of it was probably done legally with the permission of those countries, it does cast an interesting light on the museum. After completing our scavenger hunt and feeling like we made a pretty good dent in this wonderful museum, we decided to head out and make our way to Covent Garden which is an outdoor/indoor market and shopping center.
Covent Garden is a great ...
... to do with freedom. And I can't remember any of the artists' names :-( Amazingly we were allowed to take photos anywhere inside. The chair where the Chancellor, Angela Merkel sits is slightly raised to the left of the central Dias. Each party has a section of seats. All the seats are on central poles which means they can be lifted out and rearranged after an election according to the number of seats in the Bundestag that they win. Apparently our MMP system was ...
... to trackwork between here and Friedrichstrasse Station. Gotta take the good with the bad I guess. At least they are being apologetic.
Well waddaya know. Berlin is great and our three days here would need to be three weeks to really get a feel for it. Could not get into the Pergamon Museum at first. We arrived at 11am and the queue was 200m long. The official wait was going to be 2 hours . . . most of it in the sun. So, we toddled off next door to the Alte ...