Best Western Hotel am Spittelmarkt
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... is not the owner, but the chef. We arrived at about 8pm, had a glass of wine and enjoyed the most delicious Italian food I have ever tasted. It was amazing!!! Marc and I had gnocchi made with with eggs instead of potatos drizzled with butter sauce, and Paul had veal with baked potatos and roasted capsicum. Alessandro sat us at a table very close to the kitchen where we could see him work and have a chat with him. It's an open kitchen. ...
... history, such as the Berlin Wall, Berliner Dom, Humboldt Universitat, Brandenburg gate, the Holocaust memorial and Checkpoint Charlie. After the tour a group of us went walking around and did a bit of shopping (Georgie, Sam, Mel, Lisa, Andrew, Katie, Megan, Dylan, Martin, me). We got some group photos in front of the Berlin Dom and a museum too. That afternoon we went to get dinner in Hackescher market, and I tried currywurst. It was pretty amazing! We then started the "I spy Berlin ...
... have seemed like a good idea, but of the three available tour guides, we got the weirdest one. She insisted on talking forever without actually moving anywhere, so after a little under an hour we tipped and left. Cynthia broke off to eat lunch with a high school friend, and Johnny and I started sight-seeing.
Our sight-seeing got off to sort of a rocky start. We tried to find the Berlin Wall Documentation Center, which was ...
Today we started off by going for a run, we ran down by the Reichstag
and around the Tiergarten park. Berlin is a very runner friendly city.
After that we headed off to the Olympic Stadium which was really cool
to see. That along with a majority of the rest of the city had to be
repaired after the bombing ...
... thing bombed but instead it's one of the few survivors. The UK and the US armies tried as they might and managed to bomb a nightclub, an embassy, a church and sadly, the only elephant at the zoo. Apparently, it was the only big grey thing they could hit!! When they did eventually manage to drop a well aimed bomb into the courtyard of the building, it just so happened to be a dud. With the amount of arsenal dropped on Berlin, its no surprise that unexplored bombs and ...