Ellington Hotel Berlin
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Hello everyone! Hope you are all well!
So, as I mentioned last time, Germany is keeping me busy! This weekend was the trip to Berlin.
On Friday morning we met at the University and took a coach for 5 hours to the German capital. In the afternoon we went into the centre and had a scavenger hunt. You will be pleased to know that my team …
... point, we decided that we had probably had enough of sightseeing for the day, so started to walk back towards Hackesher Markt as it had been recommended for street food. We stopped for a quick drink and by the time we had finished, the market seemed to be packing up. We walked back towards Alexanderplatz and stumbled across the German market (again!), which worked out pretty neatly as we were getting pretty hungry by this stage. We ordered Schinken mit ...
... right outside the hotel room door.
A little bit more work at the gym and a little bit more of a swim saw the transition of day end to dinner start. Tonight was Italian night but still with grouse German beers. So what if I can chug a couple more pints while Bec and Oli get ice cream.
Time to pack for the morning it is off to the train station and then a little place I like to call Prague!
... Today, the Zeughaus is the site of the Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum).
It is at this point that we cross the River Spree to walk to a large park called Lust Garten, where we found the "Altes Museum".
The museum was built between 1823 and 1830 by the architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel in the neoclassical style to house the Prussian royal family's art collection.
The museum employs the Ionic order ...