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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Boulevard Berlin
This is a fantastic place to stay. My travel advisor suggested this hotel in Berlin knowing I was traveling by myself. The hotel is part of the Azimut Hotels. The place was excellent in location and cleanliness; people were very friendly, they have the most amazing breakfast buffet. It is only a couple of minutes away from the train station. They provided it me with excellent maps and directions to go everywhere.
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... people very friendly and everyone could speak English (unlike Paris). There was a nice array of shops and I found myself eyeing off the duty free chocolates. I did purchase a new back pack for the trip, complete with a compartment for Khaleesi.
Berlin is a lot warmer than last time I was here, with temperatures in the low 20s. No snow this time around. My taxi ride from the airport was in a nice BMW. ...
... card out!! I obliged his unusual request and then we were on our way to brave the cold and to catch a taxi to head to Radisson Blu for two nights. The cold hit you like a wall!! We were not feeling too tired so decided to head out with Russell & Carolyn to see what we could see in Berlin. We started walking to the Brandenburg gates (photo) which was pretty impressive. We also came across some Soviet army tanks and howitzer (photo) at a memorial to ...
... pick it up after the tour. Big exhale! Sure don't want to cause an incident because Shane was carrying a concealed weapon to the Reichstag. John probably wouldn't appreciate that call home! We entered through several other levels of security and then finally took an elevator to the top of the building - the dome designed by the British architect Norman Foster. The audio guide provided helped identifying the buildings and notable sights within ...
... went to Checkpoint Charles which served as a checkpoint in West Berlin for foreigners to come over. It now has a famous photo of the last American soldiers facing East Berlin to watch the Soviets. Our final stop was a church built by Fredrick II to show his religious tolerance in the Enlightenment age. Next to it is a famous college which produced more Nobel prize winners than any other country- Einstein was the physics professor here.This was a long day involving walking ...
Running out of time as I need to pack and get ready to go. What are my impressions of Europe and the UK?
How can they afford all the heating? Is this where the North Sea oil goes? I would love to know.
The middle aged Kiwi women's uniform of brightly coloured tunic and tights is nowhere to be found in Europe. Something of a relief.
I would ...