Hotel Pension Kastanienhof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... plenty of rest before venturing out the next day. The following morning we woke again to the sounds of the other campers getting ready for their day. We had hoped that by sleeping in until checkout that we would be starting our self-guided walking tour at a warmer hour of the day. No such luck. It was actually colder than predicted! We stepped out into the chilly breeze and took advantage of Berlin's excellent public transportation. An all-day ticket ...
... at all. In the basement is a crypt of member of the royal family. You can climb the stairs to the top of the church and get great views of the city. There are not many sky scrapers here at all - so it is easy to view much of Berlin from an elevation.
The German history museum was next. This is a huge museum inside what used to be the royal armoury. There are 2 floors of German history, starting as early ...
A few months back I was in Berlin on a short business trip. Although my stay didn't last long, it was a trip to remember. The capital of Germany welcomed me with sunshine and mild weather, a positive omen from the very first moment I spent there! Due to my limited time I couldn’t go sightseeing and since my flight was late at night, I had booked in advance a hotel close to the airport (almost on the road across), fairly new and with affordable prices. The room was clean ...
... different offices and shops, we finally found the right tickets. The tickets are usable between Zagarolo and within central Rome.
The Hostel is up on a hill and is structured as a quiet retreat camp site. Our rooms are very big and the breakfast here lasts until noon! So we don't have to worry about missing breakfast like we did at the other hostels!
We made our way back into Rome after settling ourselves into our new bunks. Luckily, there was a free ...
... area and sampling the unique bread in each. A highlight of our stay are the communal dinners shared at the farmstead. Maria prepares traditional dishes while Arturo and his brother serve the table. The food is simple and delicious, generously sprinkled with locally produced salt and drenched in home pressed olive oil. The wine and port, carried up from the barrels in the house cellar, flow freely. We are particularly pleased to share the table with Frank and Camilla from ...