Comfort Hotel Weissensee
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We had to wait about 10 minutes while he fixed up some paying customers and we drank a toast to his time in Australia.
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... that wifi will work, they are having some problems, typing my blog and enjoying a glass of Merlot, Daniel is going on another underground Nazi tour. I did contemplate going with him, but you have to wear helmets and there was a warning about uneven ground and lots of steps. Needless to say the decision was made for me that I just took the day of rest today. The rest is doing me the world of good! Just what I needed. Tonight we will have dinner somewhere near ...