Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... cupboard and cases/clothes etc. Normally we don't bring the cases in when it's only a one night stay but we were also keen to leave the car empty. Later on in the night David moved it to a free space a few spots from the hotel so we were pleased about that.
I think today was the first day we haven't taken any photos, so no pics on this entry's blog.
We stayed in for a couple of hours getting organised and having a rest ...
Interestingly enough, Mike and his brother had recently returned from a couple weeks visiting Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and had only good things to say about it. They visited some of the big cities and rented a car to explore the hills. It sounded like they got around OK despite not knowing any Russian and having to submit to a police check/bribery stop along the way. Those two places were never on my list of places to visit but ...
... reminders; and Checkpoint Charlie, an overly touristy landmark of one of the world’s most famous walls.
I know the tourist hordes are in love with London, Rome and Paris, but seriously, Berlin probably has those cities beat.
My evenings in Germany’s capital were, once again, mostly spent watching the huge soccer matches. Germany was playing again, and this time against France. The city was absolutely drowning in the national colors ...
... The Gestapo (secret police) manned a walled section containing high profile prisoners tortured on a daily basis. A medical section for the ill was really a chance to experiment different drugs and operations. Lastly there was a section where men were excited by being shot or put into a gas chamber. We were given a detailed history about the beginning, rise and fall of the camp. The story of how long it took for all the persecuted groups to be acknowledged was ...
... zoo animals and vice versa. It’s the craziest thing I have ever seen, really! The official animal of the city of Jihlava is the hedgehog, which is another bonus point for the city as hedgehogs are also very cute. They even have a beer with a hedgehog on the label. For anyone with hoppy-tendencies, the Czech Republic has more breweries than per capita than most countries on earth (with Germany perhaps being a notable exception).
From Jihlava ...