Quentin Berlin Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Normally I am excellent with directions. Ask me how to get anywhere in Eastern Pennsylvania or New Jersey and I will be able to direct you to the exit you need. Do not ask me about Berlin.
Of course getting acquainted with any new place, comes with a bit of a learning curve. Berlin is no different. The city has been giving me a bit of an unprecedented challenge and I often find myself "lost" and looking at a map. I put ...
... rebooking of train tickets and accommodation, we returned to our Berlin hotel this time smuggling in an extra person. The hotel is quite contemporary and had each of its rooms decorated with a different artists work or theme. The first three nights Zev and I had been in spacious room 308 complete with king sized bed and ultraviolet lights and fluorescing wall art. Booking the extra night we hoped to be back in the same room were there would plenty of room for Tristan ...
... psychologist, yes that's right, to make simple tasks like crossing the street less depressing in the communist sector of Berlin. Ampelmännchen, or little traffic light man, is now a tourist novelty. It is odd, but definitely noticeable when it changes back and forth with the boring normal stick guy every few blocks. Story 2: Apparently, the Berlin Wall came down after a series of dumb political efforts by East Germans. In an effort to appease ...
... so off to the post office we go. Travelling into Berlin from the outskirts by train, our 1st stop was at Tchibo, which is a coffee shop with coffee and cakes and it has expanded its line of goods to be a little like Aldi. New items monthly. So lunch was taken care of, if you can can call it lunch, and we deposit our bags at the Circus Youth Hostel. We have ended up in a room of 6 with another young girl and a ...
... temperatures. Bio Saunas. Cold water plunges, buckets, showers and hot and cold foot therapy. Fresh air rooms and sauna meisters! We also love the sauna so of course...when in Germany....We treated ourselves to the Mosel Therme in Traben-Trarbach and it was heaven for both mind and body.
We met our kids, Hanna and Sasha, in Germany in Baden Baden after their own two week European traveling adventure. We treated them to the Roman-Irish ...