Hotel Berlin - Zossen
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Walked to the Pergamon museum early to beat the crowds. No queue's at that time! The exhibits here are fantastic. The Babylon gate and the Pergamon (devils) Alter is simply amazing. So large! We had been to the Pergamon site some years ago and now to see the Alter and put this in perspective was just great. Other exhibits included Islamic castle walls and antiquities from the Middle East, all important displays. On exiting the queue ...
... money as men. That could be a problem since there is only one man working in our house at the moment. During this time the government was being controlled by hostile forces, and Chancellor Otto von Bismarck tried to undermine or destroy the union movement. ...
... began to settle in, bells rang and rang and rang everywhere. It was really nice to hear them all. We decided that whilst everyone was having a night in with their families, Paul and I were going to have a night out on the town.. True Christmas Eve style.. Pity not much was open. We caught the train to friedrichshain, had a wander around at this once bustling suburb of Berlin. Now it was completely quite with not too many people in sight. Still we wandered until ...
... to say that they will be there between 1-3. they turn up at 3 with a very grumpy employee it is Sunday and I hate this job attitude, no help with getting the bags up stairs or apologies for the inconvenience, nope here they are sign here and **** off. we pull out our dirty clothing do a wash, go for another walk around the streets. stop for a coffee at another groovy coffee shop to watch a drama unfold that attracted a large Sunday crowd. the first storey balcony platter box ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking