- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the Brandenburg Gate. What are the chances?
I remember when I was younger there were times when I had doubts about whether or not my Abba knew exactly where he was driving. I would call from the backseat, "Do you know where you are? Do you have any idea where you are going?" The answer back would always be a sarcastic, "No, do you?" But then he would take a pause, smile into the rearview mirror, and reply, "Just watch. You'll recognize where we are soon."
... some extent given the great transportation system (even though we got our wrists slapped for travelling without a valid travel pass one day - note to the wise, don't!), pretty good food and loads of cool stuff to see.
The obvious sights (Checkpoint Charlie which I have now done to death!), Brandenburg Gate, Unter ...
... to Museum Island. We considered going inside one because it is closing for five years, but we didn't because we didn't really see a cultural importance to it. We got lunch, Vicky got a raw hamburger, and went to Berliner Dom. It is known as the St. Peter's Basilica of Protestantism because if it's size (and the fact that it has a dome), but it doesn't come anywhere close to its grandeur. We did get to go all the way up to the top and see the entire ...
... how to eat, drink and smoke. Before the other brother arrived, us 3 girls excused ourselves for an hour just to jump on a public double decker bus to visually see more a Berlin and let the cake we had just eaten settle a bit before the next round. Back at the Beer Garden, we say hello to the final relative for these leg of the journey. Andreas owns and runs a photographic store and sadly his father, my uncle passed ...
... wonderful as we had hoped....but interesting and fun in an unexpected kind of way. The German election campaign was full on with interesting posters and bill boards everywhere. Dresden, on the other hand, was a beautiful city and we spent our 29th anniversary there, among a city full of local folks all enjoying their “Dixieland/Jazz Festival” with fabulous food and free music everywhere! It was just the best!! Look out Eastern Europe! Here we ...