Hotel Mueggelsee Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Moscow and Dresden? Well Berlin was getting ready to celebrate 25 years of the end of communism. So, we couldn't get within cooee of the Brandenburg Gate on the bus, as they were starting to block off all roads leading to everywhere! Therefore, and I don't say this lightly, yesterday we all walked over an 8km round trip from the hotel and back just to see it. Quite an amazing feat for a pack of old wrinklies. We are on the plane now, heading for Madrid, ...
... clubs, we decided to let her meet up with them and to go to the club on our own. Tempers were slightly elevated at the miscommunication, so parting ways was in everybody's best interest. The boys and I walked to a bar on the canal a few streets down, and met up with a group of 9 girls from Dublin, Ireland who they had met the night before. The girls were all about 19 years old, so welcoming and friendly ("You're Jordan's sister? So lovely to meet you!") and so ...
... powerful. It did a nice job telling the story of Anne Frank. It ended with a small documentary featuring people from present day commenting on her story. The most powerful quote in my mind was from Emma Thompson who said, "Her would-haves are our opportunities." I thought that was a great idea to end the museum with.
After the museum, I went out for a traditional Dutch breakfast of poffertjes. They are small pancakes and very delicious. Following ...
... there were no water fountains! Joe and I also tried a very strange Bavarian sausage that after one bite I couldn't eat anymore. It tasted as strange as it looked! My big glass of Riesling was excellent though! Joe joked that he was dizzy from the cold medicine just as I was tipsy off the alcohol. I think I spent more money in that 6 hour layover than I did a whole week in Laos....things are so pricey here! We opted for an italian ...
... the speed of sound. At the signpost for Rosedale Abbey we could see the Young Ralph Cross peeking over the horizon in front of us, as we turned right toward Fat Betty, a white, short and fat cross on the left of the road. Tradition says that you leave a food offering, such as that muesli bar you can't face and take something left such as a bag of crisps! Despite the risk of offending the local gods we left nothing except the dust of our passing. Not long after, the Badger went by in ...