Comfort Hotel Auberge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Islamic relics and art. There was a Babylonian city gate, a Greek city gate, and hundreds of other neat artifacts. They even had Assyrian kings tombs. After the museum we decided it was time for a break so we made our way home via the street train and the subway (public transportation was warmer than walking). After a short break at home we bundled up even more and set out to find a Vietnamese restaurant that we had seen earlier in the area. It ...
My pictures tell my story! I am experiencing the Holicaust through the eyes if a survivor, Maud Dahme. It is truly wonderful! The first day has been extremely busy, but I have seen ...
... at McDonald’s (food is ultra-expensive again!) waiting for my flight back to New York. Germany has truly rebounded from some of the greatest atrocities of modern times. I’ve enjoyed spending time among the Deutschen Volke, sampling their food, riding their trains, hiking their mountains, visiting their museums, and watching their fussball team. It is a country that is continually changing, so I hope to go back some ...
... Wife's cousin Alona, who has lived in Berlin with her husband Sepp for thirty years. They live near the Olympic Stadium, which we passed as the crowds were leaving the afternoon's football match. It turned out that Berlin's troubles are not over: Borussia Dortmund thrashed Hertha Berlin 4 - 0.
No beer today. I fear I drank rather too much of Sepp's excellent German white wine.
Competition Time: Who was the elderly, well dressed celebrity at Autostadt? Answers on a postcard.
... We hear the fights start later on and leave before the mayhem unfolds. It is certainly no "carnival" I've ever seen. No teddy bear stalls, candy floss or Ferris wheels are in sight. On the train back there are massive crowds and a few heated arguments. We are jammed in like sardines.
We select traditional Curryworst for dinner. It is a pork sausage with a tomato sauce with curry powder on top served with fries. Feeling greasy we decide we never need to eat this ...