Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg
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I still don't understand why this hotel, in Berlin, was called Hamburg. Anyway, it was a nice enough room but the wifi connection was poor. I am not convinced we were in the best location either. We were on the route of the main sightseeing bus, 100, but I am more of a fan of trains and would have liked to be closer to a main station for ease to get into the attractions and main hubs. However close to the zoo and Tiergarten it would suit many others.
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It was a really early start today. Up at 4am and in a taxi to the airport by 430am. Our flight landed in Berlin at 815am. We spoke with information and got a thing called a welcome card which includes all your public transport and some discounts to tourist places. We headed outside and got a bus into the city. The bus dropped us at the zoo which is …
... the afternoon was spent revisiting some of the walking tour locations and doing a little shopping. We finally lost the nice weather and it started raining this afternoon and it will be colder tomorrow. We decided to go see Blue Man Group that night to keep warm and dry. It was pretty cool ... lots of kids in the audience ... the stage band looked like they were having a great time!
Last day in Berlin tomorrow ... it's supposed to be cold and rainy so it's a museum day!
... main squares in East Berlin. We knew generally which direction it was and planned on navigating there by walking toward the tallest building in Berlin, which is the TV tower. It definitely reminds me somewhat of the space needle. We couldn't really tell, but there was a very thin layer of clouds just above us. This made navigating by TV tower a little challenging, but luckily we had chosen a good initial direction. Eventually, out of the clouds popped ...
... to horizon. It was a field mixed with terra cotta and cantina'd tin roofs. In every direction were statues of bohemian women, gargoyles, and over all this ambiance truly being in Eastern Europe. Prague is the real deal, it wasn't dealt any bombs in WWII and all of its buildings are true antiquities of the 12th century at their oldest. Not that I don't appreciate all of the pho painting and handcrafted cracks that make ...
... I was sad to see that there was no flux capacitor.
We liked the two futuristic storage towers, which robotically transfers cars in and out and up and down and round and round before your eyes: a cross between a car whirlygig and one of those fairground grab machines.It was all great fun, but the place was swarming with Borussia Moenchengladbach fans who were everywhere and got in my way a lot. But, I'm glad they enjoyed Autostadt, because they eventually lost 3 - 1 ...