DORMERO Hotel Brandenburger Hof Berlin
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Hallo from Berlin
Well it feels a little controversial heading to Berlin, Germany after just being in Kraków, Poland. It was a similar uncomfortable feeling going to Hawaii from Tokyo and seeing Pearl Harbour. It certainly connects the dots in history.
In order to efficiently see the history of Berlin, we did a brilliant walking tour on our second day to see all the main sights. If you don't care for quick history lesson, skip down to dollar ...
... sony center and visited a very interesting museum called "Filmhaus." It was filled to the brim with information on early 20th century german cinema and I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. We had some Australian lunch, because we're in Germany. (GROUND KANGAROO IS A POSSIBLE INGREDIENT.) We returned to the bus and visited a small clothing store where mom got some clothes and Ben got his friend some sunglasses. I bought an old Russian soldier's hat for a friend ...
We did a lot of sight seeing yesterday so decide to take it slower and head out to a remaining section of the Wall to the north west on the Metro. So easy to get around with the well developed trams, S-Bahn and U-Bahn. The section has been preserved as a memorial to those who lost their lives. ...
... up! Germany is a place you will never go hungry! The currywurst are a must have finished with a pint of beer. A currywurst is a delicious German sausage covered in a thick tomato sauce and sprinkled with curry powder. The meal and beer will usually cost less than €10 (that's cheap)! Just make sure instead of saying 'cheers' say 'prost', and then stare each person directly in the eyes. If you do not make eye contact legend says you'll have ...
... the road and in our drunken state used the only German we knew to every single person who walked past us as we sat down at a table outside. 'Sprechen sie Englisch?' 'Do you speak English?' Haha most people replied with Nein. 'No' cheeky *****. We know most Germans speak English. They learn it at school. The few that did say yes were a treat. We made the randomest friends that night. And met some pretty strange people. Our main guy was such a laugh. Chris a lovely English guy ...