Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East-Prenzlauer Allee
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... stop, Check Point Charlie, which was the last check point to get from the West of Germany to the East. The check point is now represented with a huge picture of an American solider to signify the American sector, and a German solider on the other side to show the German sector. The soldiers faces are each on a huge post in the middle of the road which looks out into the distance. The soldiers expressions give you a real chill and sense that you ...
It's hard to believe, but I’m already off to another city. After a short visit in Nuremberg, I continue my journey today to Berlin. Although I only spent a few days in Nuremberg, I can already see significant differences between this city and Munich, both in terms of the role they played during the reign of National Socialism, and in how they have attempted to reconcile with and commemorate that past.
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... end there. She gave me extra IHG points for not upgrading me, and then sent us up a fruit plate to the room and 20% discount for food and drink at bar. I need to write a note to IHG! Wonderful service.
We later went down to get a bite to eat at the bar (chicken Caesar salad and a beer/water...excellent!) Even better at 20% off. I went to the front desk and asked if they had a concierge, and the lady at the desk (different one this ...
... room clutching squirming spider crabs and lobsters. Conor orders lime sorbet for dessert. It is served in a large wine glass. The waiter tops the vessel with vodka. This is our best meal in Portugal and maybe even of our trip so far. We rent bicycles and ride from the centre of the city along the banks of the Tagus River to where it flows into the Atlantic. We pass stylish restaurants, abandoned warehouses decorated with elaborate tags, and men in tattered tweed fishing for monkfish. ...
... choice - the minute I stepped out into the fresh air, I could tell I was in a central 'downtown' area of the city. Though I've never been to New York, Kreuzberg conjured up a mental image I had of an early '90s Brooklyn, derived no doubt from hip hop videos: omnipresent graffiti tags and the occasional magnificent mural decorating shabby apartment blocks and concrete social housing estates, all rattling to the tune of the trains clanking on elevated tracks overhead. In stark ...