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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We got to our apartment pretty easily and also fluked a park right out the front, which is a real bonus when relying on street parking in the city. Another fluke was that there was a tiny, little Italian restaurant right across the road from the apartment, so small we almost didn’t see it but I think Italian restaurants call to us …. so that was dinner sorted. Then the train into town to have a quick look through the ...
... vintage items, local art... And tons of amazing food! Our first order of business was to acquire beverages, which we found in the form of the most refreshing fresh squeezed orange juice I have ever had. We also cooled off with some fried ice cream rolled in pistachios and with raspberries, strawberries, bananas, honey, and chocolate. The boys split a passion fruit slushy, and I had a mate tea (pronounced ma-tuh), which I don't know anything about but which was good. There was ...
... each of these along with the pictures I put up. On Saturday we took a second walking tour and saw Checkpoint Charlie, the East Side Gallery, Alexanderplats, and the Berlin Cathedral. Here I will add a little background on the history of East Berlin. After the Second World War, Berlin was divided amongst the Allied Powers: USA, Great Britain, France and the USSR. The portion that the USSR was given control of was known as East Berlin. At first, East Berlin seemed ...
... more friendly faces to fill the table! This place is of course everything that you imagine a German beer hall to be and we had a wonderful time sharing this experience with my family as well. Phil and I ordered the huge steins of beer and everyone indulged in traditional German cuisine…it was quite the meal. Since this culinary experience was quite the marathon, that was really all we did on our first night in town but it set us up nicely for the rest of our time ...
... grabbed my fancy. I must admit, I have been scouring all the summer sales here, but I thing the best has already been sold. This evening, Simon organised tickets to the Berlin Symphony Orchestra. This was something quite different. It's a very long time since I've been to a concert. The performances were based on the works of Schumann and Tchaikovsky. Quiet day tomorrow, getting ready to go home on Thursday ...