centrovital Hotel Berlin
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... had at home! So amazed intact that sue brought it for me!
But it comes as no suprise that we like the same purfume. We went out for tea the other night, and without putting a second thought into it, we both turned up in jeans, Black shirts, black cardigans and then a red accessory.
Then we did what any German and Aussie do....get 6 pretzels and another double scoop of icecream. Not the healthiest day to say the least.
... were using it all the time so it's not like they didn't know so clearly the didn't care. I'll be leaving it a suitable review in Trip advisor.
So Sunday, I would have had a lie in but as my room didn't sport a curtain I got up fairly early, I wandered around Berlin for a while the visited the Stasi HQ, this is a huge office complex in the old East Berlin. The Stasi were the secret ...
... Of course they had a huge assortment, and our eyes were definitely bigger than our stomachs until a German lady stood there watching us all condescending like. She hurried up our decision and we let her go ahead of us. The lady selling us the pastries didn't speak English though. So Stephanie pointed at these apple fritter looking things and I pointed at this moon pie thing. When she asked about how many we wanted, she ...
... pop music for the riders. As we passed the wheel there was some anonymous Europop tune playing and the DJ exclaimed over the music for no obvious reason “Fantastico Banana!”. We were still laughing and repeating this long after we had got out of earshot. English really is the language of pop, though and we noted further along that the use of apostrophes can be very important because the the gap between the first two words on the huge backdrop proclaiming “Berlins ...
... in Berlin for my birthday. Was a complete surprise. We had 3 nights in Berlin, we stayed in a hotel quite central, just south of Mitte (which is the oldest part of Berlin). The first night we went to a local restaurant we read about on tripadvisor, old peasant food, run by the same people for 30 years. Pork chops, potatoes, sour cream, bacon, sauerkraut - heavy and delicious! The lady that ran the restaurant recommended a cocktail bar for us, called 'Victoria Bar'. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool