Hecker's Hotel Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... We retreated to the air conditioned Museum of German History. A very well put together and large museum, it has a collection of artifacts from clothing to books to paintings that takes you through German history from medieval times till reunification. Most signs had English translations but it was such a thorough look at history that we could have easily spent a month there. As a result we carefully combed through ...
... array of artists' visions from many countries. The wall that still stands is backed by the river Spree, a beautiful, peaceful setting that defies the imagination to picture what this area looked like less than only thirty years ago. We also walked through the Brandenburg Gate, the only one of 17 original gates left standing after the devastation of WWII. I asked our guide if it was still emotional for her to be able ...
... out to find one more uniquely Belgian experience…the waffle!
Now I mentioned Bree and Phillip had waffles for breakfast but they ended up being very similar to the ones we would have back home as breakfast waffles, not like the traditional street food that Belgium is famous for. Luckily just to the side of one of the large squares in town there was a little food truck parked and serving freshly made waffles from his window. These were exactly what we ...
... of us at H&M, and once we had finished the rain was beginning to ease. We arrived at museum island and just took some quick photos trying to keep the camera dry from the rain...(yes it's back). Story of our lives this tour so far haha!! By this time we had walked about 5km around the city (I mapped it out on google maps tonight) so we thought we'd attempt to catch a train back to the hotel for a snooze. Of course the train wasn't running today to where we needed (under repairs), ...
... hour and a half before departure so we decided to get lunch. Nana and I shared a delicious salad with Italian tuna and a sandwich of cheese and prosciutto. Shane had a yummy egg, bacon and cheese sandwich on ciabatta bread. As we passed through passport control and security, Shane received lots of good natured ribbing and comments about why he was wearing a Germany national team shirt vs. a Dutch team shirt! Only in Europe! The flight was about 8 hours to Detroit and we ...