Quentin Berlin Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... had a few drinks and spoke to all the locals. The bartender was a Scottish guy that moved to Berlin only recently. There were a few Germans in there too. The bartender, John, talked for ages and enjoyed our company. We even got heaps of free jägermisters souvenirs! A guy from Costa Rica came and sat next to me and we chatted for about an hour. When I went to the bathroom, I got offered cocaine from ...
... On-Hop-Off bus doing the western suburbs including Olympic Park, a little shopping in KaDeWe, the biggest department store in Europe and a visit to the German Technology museum, and the day wasn't even half long enough! While in Berlin we enjoyed a couple of lovely German meals in restaurants near our apartment and sadly never got to try the Italian restaurant, Old laundry, which Alisdair and Barbara Flemming had ...
... is now the entry to the large Pariser Platz where the French, US and British embassies are all located. Also in Pariser Platz there is another landmark of a pop culture variety. The balcony where Michael Jackson famously introduced his son Blanket to the world is right there in the main square.
The next stop on our tour was the Holocaust Memorial which everyone was of course really looking forward to seeing. The memorial, designed ...
... park dedicated to Mozart Hayden Beethoven. From here we popped Tim into a taxi and Rickie and I rode home. We meet Tim in the park strip outside our place and walked down to Rickie and Ronnys favourite pub where on the last Thursday they have burger night. I wouldnt really call it a pub more like a small wine bar that severs beer. the Thursday night burger night is very popular and while we were happy to sit inside the owner made a couple move further ...
... so we kept it pretty low-key for the rest of the night. On our second day, we visited The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe; it was heart-wrenching, but absolutely beautiful exhibit and memorial. We also walked around Germany's largest outdoor flea market, which was of course a great way to get a feel for the culture. In between all of that, we saw the TV Tower, the Berlin Cathedral (Berliner Dom), and Alexander Platz. On the next day, we visited the world famous ...