Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... eye opener. It involved 10kg of Caviar at 3,000 euros a kilo, a 15L bottle of Louis Roederer (the size of 20 bottles, its called a Nebuchadnezzar), lots of late nights that just rolled into days, champagne for breakfast and seafood. seafood. seafood. now. now. now. All in all, despite being hard work, they were pretty entertaining. It was absolute carnage. The season was tough, but at the end of the day, nothing we werent expecting...
Jack and I just got back from ...
... waiting in line for a few hours you're not guaranteed to get in; bummer.
This one is a bit of stretch, except for the people working at the hostels I can't really say I've met any local Berliners. I will say one thing, and it may be the "Summer effect" (hot weather equals more exposed skin), but the females here are very attractive. Seriously, it's too much. Alright that's enough, moving on.
... here are very friendly and helpful – I hope us Aussies come across that way when we are serving tourists! Everywhere we've been, staff have bent over backwards to help us – it’s been lovely and probably one of the highlights of the trip…locals keen to help us find our way around and wanting to recommend places to visit/see…
Currently on the autobahn…people certainly ...
... who has ever bothered to read one of my other blogs will probably realise that hotels are not the most important part of travel for me. Generally if we have a clean place to sleep and somewhere to get clean we're happy. In Germany on New Year's Eve a telly is useful to, but we'll come to that later. Anyway, first impressions were pretty good. The hotel is a short walk from Alexanderplatz, so reasonably central, the reception staff were friendly and the room was bigger than ...
... and again detracted from the serious side to Jewish history by trivialising it a bit. All this considered it was a very subjective experience and there were some really interesting parts of the museum and we were glad to have seen it.
After the museum it was getting late so we went to the East Side Gallery as the sun set. This is one of the few remaining segments of the Berlin wall (1.3km) that had been dedicated to artists from around the world painting ...
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