Hotel Ristorante Il Mulino

Adolf-Martens-Str 2, Berlin, 12205, Germany | 2 star hotel
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Reunited with my German

A travel blog entry by rache1ann on Jul 12, 2014

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... Miss Chanel preferred to take a nap than enjoy the cruise hahaha.
Finishing the cruise we walked around the city, getting photos with the TV tower and shopped around for some Germany supporters gear ready for the World Cup Final that night.

We showered and put our Germany colours on as we headed to Olaf's Restaurant which he owns for a delicious dinner. His restaurant Ajo, specialised in German cuisine with a french twist. We ate herb crumbed ...

Another Day of Potsdam

A travel blog entry by ejm56 on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... fine area of grand and opulent villas. These had been used by the delegates at the Potsdam Conference, which suggested that the Cecilienhof was getting quite near. These glamorous abodes also constituted a "forbidden city" of KGB. I should no longer be surprised at the rank hypocrisy of the communist leadership who hung around in splendid accommodation and consigned everyone else to those terrible communal flats.
The bus had made two or three ...

Fog, Football*, Freezing and Festive Food

A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Dec 15, 2013

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... Berlin market where I could find any Nürnberger Lebkuchen, the famous German gingerbread. However it was ludicrously overpriced at €18 a packet, double what I normally pay. I wasn’t going to be stocking up here.

It was decidedly unchristmassy in Kreuzberg, where there was even a Holy **** Christmas (blame me not, that’s what it was called) fair on. This was essentially a pop-up shop flogging hipster wear from up and ...

Berlin

A travel blog entry by sophevans on Oct 03, 2013

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... bunker where Hitler killed himself. Again, there was no sign or plaque. We spent the next 2 hours being shown the Luftwaffe Headquaters, the remains of the Berlin Wall, Checkpoint Charlie, the French and German Cathedrals and the university where the students burnt thousands of books during the Nazi rule. Mark was a fantastic guide. After the tour, Elle headed back to the hostel with a sore throat, so the boys and I wandered along the Main Street, had a snack near the river, and ...

To St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 01, 2013

... cab driver was the no nonsense caricature of Russian temperament, shaking his fist at other drivers and assuming that all other drivers were there solely as impediments to his mission. He did get us there safely, though, and even tried pointing out sites a few times, to which we sagely nodded and smiled, having absolutely no idea what he said. General impressions so far .. to be followed up as we will have 3 days here ... large, ...