City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... anniversary' on it. Big thanks. A drink on the pool terrace (slightly cooler because the sun was going down) then dinner (with champagne) in one of the restaurants and cake for dessert. A lovely day. So to Saturday 6th. Early call at 5.30am (I was already awake, of course, shower in the lovely rain shower in my bathroom and pack up the bag (I hate doing it up already) and into the morning heat for the cab to the airport. Some miles ...
... distinct differences from other parts of the country today. We learned a little about Berlin pre-WWII and the financial struggles the entire country was going through after the Prussian period. Of course, we learned a little about the Nazis since this was the birth place of the horrible regime. Hitler hated Germany and he specifically hated the city of Berlin, accusing Berlin of being all that was wrong with the entire country. Logically then, this is where he focused on ...
... was a bit of a disappointment compared to pictures we had seen on line. We later discovered that we were on a train owned and run by the Czech railway company. Once we started catching the German trains, they were a lot nicer.
Our seats were spacious and comfortable and the views outside the large picture windows were excellent. We took turns with the two boys to go to the restaurant car for ...
... was very nice. It is called Alfio's Ars Vivendi and is very very Italian. Even the funny waiter would only speak to us in Italian. He was about 60s and very funny. It's hard enough learning German, let alone Italian as well! Alessandro is Italian, however spent a year and a half in Australia last year working as a chef in Edgecliff near Double bay in Sydney, and then picking sweet potato in Bundaberg. That's how we first got ...
... or 1197 ft. It was built in 1969 by a team of architects with the help of Swedish experts. It contains a concrete shaft, a steel-cladded metal sphere and a TV antenna. The sphere contains a revolving restaurant (Telecafé) at 207m and a viewing platform at a height of 203m. Monuments In 1969 two more monuments were added to the square, the Weltzeituhr (World Time Clock) by Erich John and the Fountain of International Friendship. The world clock shows the names of a number ...