Hotel Villa Kastania
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... one recommended on the map given by the hostel and we made our way there. On the menu they had a 1m long sausage and overcome by curiosity as to what that might look like we elected to share the meal. The next day I made my way to the Berlin Wall memorial. There are sections of the wall that ran parallel with a street and where there is no longer wall there are tall metal posts to show where it stood. Along the whole strip the have information panels and I spent about 2 ...
... the metro. And their cartoon traffic light 'men' (to say whether to walk or not - apparently the cartoon version was introduced in the west to be more likeable to children. Apparently in Dresden they have cartoon walking girls with Dresden. There is something fantastic about having the order, functionality, and classiness of German ways set against the rather edgy, heavily graffitied streets of Berlin. ...
Also emailed my mother today to give HER a heads up - as I hope to be in Spain and Portugal in November and I know it's a dream of hers to see Gaudi's buildings. So everyone - pester her to come over. It may work with your comments... she's not on Facebook but if you ask me via private message or email (not via here) I will give you her email address so you can pester her some more!!!! Sorry Mum, but it has to be done! Life is too short.
... got dressed. I was so grateful because Rita decided to drive instead of us catching the train. The wedges aren't ideal in Germany with cobblestone. I may need to buy a new pair. Oh yeah, how could I forget? I finally purchased the adaptor for my hard drive but its too big. The adaptor is only compatible with a 32GB. I'm contemplating buying a USB stick and just transferring the files over. That would probably be just one movie ...
... chocolate (you can order your personalized one with a whole bunch of crazy ingredients). Joćo also recommended the Holocaust Memorial, where entry was free and I could get a different approach on the WW2 History.
I bought several chocolates, went up to Charlie Checkpoint which now is pretty much a tourist gimmick with little interest, and then walked further to the Holocaust Memorial. This last place is impressive, even if just for the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed