BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steglitz International Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... clearance in Germany. I think they just like to be all stern and intimidating. "How long are you going to be in Germany? What are you going to be doing here?" My agent asked if I had been to Germany before because I didn't have my passport stamped. I said, "30 years ago and new passport". Huh! After a quick shuttle trip to the hotel, we got settled in. Very nice hotel and extremely friendly at ...
The weather was beautiful in Berlin. Spring was definitely in the air. Birds were chirping, trees were budding and flowers were starting to sprout. Such a contrast from the cold, wet weather of southern Ontario. I started out my first full day searching for apfelstruddle but had to settle for apfelcake - a pretty decent alternative. I had my day mapped out in my mind and headed out for a day of exploring. Considering the weather I opted to do my ...
... end of WWII they used to land planes on this street. Bellevue is the home of the president. See photo of the Victory Column (big brown column with gold accent). Berlin has one of the best and biggest zoos as well. There is a line in the street of two Gray bricks which marks where the Berlin Wall used to be. There is a Jewish memorial that is made up of a bunch of different sized cubes. The designer never explained what it meant and left it to anyone who looks at it for ...
... the streets of Prenzlauer Berg (a neighbourhood in Berlin), where we had falafels, German tapas (or a non-traditional take on traditional German food, as our guide put it) and wonderful desserts. Berlin is a very bike-friendly city (and very flat!) so after four hours of walking it was nice to have a leisurely ride down picturesque, shady streets and quaint neighbourhoods. I was struck by how new everything seems ...
... to go next. Fortunately I had more good instructions from the hostel and made my way there without incident. I walked in with some trepidation as the hostel I'd booked was part of a chain of hostels and I was worried it would have a corporate money making vibe which has lost touch with what a backpacker wants or needs. My fears were completely unnecessary. The girls at the front desk greeted me warmly and the girl who checked me in was an Aussie who actually knew where Eatons Hill ...