Hotel Gendarm nouveau
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... and I truly enjoyed the time I spent there.
Next to the hotel is the local train station making it easy to move back and forth to Berlin. I am not accustomed to travel by train so I tried it, eager to find out how comfortable it can be. For three days I would leave the hotel at a specific hour, take the train for a 40 minutes ride to Berlin and carry out my business appointments. As soon as I was free of my business obligations, I would take advantage of the opportunity ...
... us was practically getting beaten by his wife for getting her on the wrong bus. I guess she didn't realize that she is as stupid as he is by not reading the sign on the front of the bus. Anyway, off we go to Berlin. We have a three hour ride, so it was time to lean back to see the countryside. Now this part of Germany looks a lot like Ohio, or Indiana. Nothing but rolling farmland. Really surprising. When we reached Berlin we met a second bus to split our group in half. ...
... popular Berlin sight is the Brandenburg gate in the western city of Berlin, a well-known German landmark, also a symbol of unity and peace in Europe. The most striking part would be the four horses led by a carriage, which statue resides on the top and the most prominent area of the gate.
After Berlin enter Poland, where we head directly to the capital, Warsaw, with only a night's stopover at Poznan
... other anniversaries I spent abroad, which seem to show how my life evolved throughout the years. Nowadays I live in Berlin with a stable job and an everyday life, whereas on October 12th 2011 I was somewhere in the middle of amazing New Zealand. I can't remember much from the years before that one, but I know that in 2007 I was in Vienna, living abroad for the first time. Birthdays are hence like milestones, they serve as a reference point in each passing year, and ...
... shopping districts of the city and then past the remnants of the old Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie which we had seen twice before. After awhile we boarded the bus again for the trip back to the Plaza Inn Hotel where our Hop On Tour began. We decided to return to Alexanderplatz, fast becoming our favorite area of the city. Octoberfest was in full swing. We feasted on Crepes with Chocolate and Bratswurst Sandwiches. We sat in the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility