Hotel Astoria am Kurfurstendamm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Phil and we had a really fun time hanging out just the three of us that night.
The next morning the weather had improved slightly (still a bit chilly but no rain) so we encouraged my Dad and brother to head out and take the same walking tour that Bree and I went on since we loved it so much. It was a TON of walking though and we knew that my Mom’s knees would not be up for that so we decided to take her on our own miniature tour of Berlin. We started by ...
... in several places, including here with Stephanie three years ago, so she told us it would be a great idea...and it was. Our guide was a darling girl from Wales...Sophie...absolutely fantastic. Then we went on and walked some more, taking in a local art market, the Museum Island, the Berlin Dom Cathedral, the TV Tower that is famous in Berlin (Fernseturm). There are literally hundreds of museums in Berlin, and what we learned today, among other things, is that most of the ...
... trap. No locals. Just one loco lady! ;). Check, please. I'll enjoy dessert elsewhere. I walk around a bit and realize how tired I am. I venture into the area that caught my eye last night. Oddly enough, nothing catches my eye tonight. I head to the hotel thinking whatever I run into us where I'll get dessert. Nothing. I go to the hotel & the bar is still open! Super! And it gets better...their rose champagne is devine. Awwwhhhh. Lovely way to end my ...
... poor taste; we walked past quickly and kept going.
We visited several memorials to groups murdered by the Nazis. They were all quite stark and
very moving, and captured so well the stark terror and oppression of the Nazi years. The Memorial to the Murdered Jews is especially moving. It is hard to describe, but it covers a very large area; I’m sure it would take 15 minutes to walk around the perimeter. I hope the picture ...
... a salad with a quiche. We then went down to our departure gate and caught a coach to our air dFrance aeroplane. I ended up sitting next to Nikayla and Paige on this flight. This had to be one of the lowest points on the trip, as we experienced quite a lot of turbulence- constantly going up and then dropping down! I felt ...