Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre-West
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... on Markgrafenstrasse near Gendarmenmarkt. Quite a stylish restaurant in an old building with high ceilings and funnel-shaped chandeliers, lots of windows separated by long red drapes, four large photographic portraits behind the bar (the only one I recognised was JFK), and a huge abstract painting covering most of the opposite wall.
I ordered the rabbit served with truffle seasoned stuffing, a light caraway jus and Grenaille potatoes (ie, baby potatoes, defined specifically ...
... to find that the main road, Leipzigstrasse was blocked off by the police and traffic was being diverted, and it was very very congested. Nobody was moving anywhere much. We waited for that damn bus for 15 minutes until Helen suggested we start walking back to the hotel. We are staying near the Alexanderplatz - and that's about 4km from the Potsdam Platz where we were currently waiting. Even Louise seemed ok with the idea. We start walking down the blocked off ...
... br> many sites to be seen in Berlin – Check Point Charlie, the Wall that separated
East and West Berlin, Brandenburg Gate to name a few. We had made arrangements to meet Michelle
Mitchell and her newly wedded husband Sven at 7.00 pm. So we separated from the Hams at 6.00 pm and made
our way to the restaurant Michelle had organised by train. Catching the train from the main station was
not a problem when ...
... wielded power from this site, both in Germany and all over Europe in WW2, focussing on the treatment of the Jews, of course, but also Romas and other itinerant folk, as well as the unemployed and mentally ill. Thousands of photos and excellent commentary, but as usual, one needed a day to do it justice. They are currently uncovering basement cellars, soon to be part of the exhibition. Everywhere in Berlin ...
... the tables. I saw a table with only two people sitting down but 6 empty plates down. Their food wasn't ready yet so I asked if I could sit down there and eat my dinner since theirs wasn't ready yet. The girls looked at each other like they wanted to say no but didn't know how so I said It won't take me long to eat this pasta and then they hesitantly said I could sit there for a little bit. My last night in Berlin was pretty chilled. After dinner I went upstairs and sat near ...