Hotel Berlin - Zossen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... a doner kebab, another one of those things we just had to cross off the list, yum. We returned to Kurfürstendamm to do a little more shopping and to buy some Asian groceries that we can't get in Rome. After a little rest up, we went to Wilhelm Hoeck for dinner, you can see the size of it in the photo's, but I am glad to report that Laurie didn't eat it all, they have scales in the rooms ...
... to see what has changed in the past 15 years or so. Back to Fassbender and Rausch for hot chocolate and cake then to the hotel via shopping for Oliver. I bought a pair of Birkenstock shoes in the hope that I can get over the blisters. Will take a bit of getting used to I think! Back into the Gendarmarkt Christmas market for lunch - salmon and rosti for me and goulash for Oliver - along with orange ...
... is in is a huge grocery store. They had my hippos so I was a happy girl. They also had razors which we both needed and a makeup section so I could get new blush. We were still full from lunch but we got the stuff to make bruschetta on a baguette like moxies makes. I packed when we got home and at 9 I made bruschetta on a banquette with mozzarella, drizzled with balsamic vinegar. It was yummy! Cory thinks the cheese didn't agree with him so it was a restless night for the both of ...
... location. Within 20 minutes walk, I had found the Riestag, Brandenburg gate, the Tiergarten and the Sinti Roma memorial. Not too bad for a days work. I've booked a walking tour for tommorrow so hopefully I will be able to explain these sites to you a little better. What I can say is the Sinti Roma memorial was quite sad. Its a dedication to the million gypsies who were killed in WW2. A galss wall explains the events of what ...
... were so loud that we were shaking when they went off. Beer bottles and people were everywhere as people celebrated the win. We made it back to our place at about 2AM and we continued to hear the loud "booms" for another hour or so. We saw thousands of people celebrating the win, but at Brandenburger Gates (where we started) there were literally hundreds of thousands people there to watch the match, so I can only imagine what that was like. Early the next ...