City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... after the Wall came down. The rebuilding had begun but the Wall was still visible in many places. We still have a chunk of Wall that we picked up in the street back then. Today, parts of the Wall are left standing as a monument. Weaving through the city centre is a double row of bricks in the roadway indicating part of the Wall’s course. The longest stretch of Wall remaining is the Eastside Gallery running for over a kilometre along the banks of the River Spree. Covered ...
Wouldn't you believe it - no rain and we are leaving! Isn't that always the way? Though the receptionist at the hotel informs us rain is expected for the afternoon so we feel a bit better about that. Our car was due back in Vienna tomorrow night when we had thought to fly Vienna to Stockholm however last minute change of plans - let's do a day in Berlin to get a taste of Berlin. Hey why not? So we need to motor today to get the car back to Vienna a day ...
... and all we got were a bunch of " no train no train". So we decided to follow this tour group by foot hoping they would lead us somewhere people would speak English and..... alas they lead us to the camp! It was very somber but completely worth the long journey and walking in the freezing ...
Last week Wednesday after class, Jessica and I took a bus to Madrid. We stayed overnight in the airport since our flight left at 6:20 the next morning. We brought books and she had her kindle, so we just read all night. When we landed in Berlin, we took a bus from the airport to the metro station, and this is when we realized that the metro in Berlin is free. Some people buy tickets, but there's no one there to validate them. We definitely ...
... in October, where he was studying German for something to do. How did he convince me? With the promise of cheap beer and good food. I agreed to meet him in Berlin if he bought a bike and joined me. He agreed, I bought my ticket and that was the extent of our plan.
Since meeting in Berlin we've had two 'meeting of the minds' to (A) actually make a plan (B) see if it is at all realistic. 4 beers and 2 cups of tea (cumulative) later, and it appears that ...