Hotel Villa Kastania
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... much they liked this movie. Every few minutes we would hear shouts of laughter accompanied by minion sound effects and it was awesome. When we first arrived, the owner was embarrassed and offered to turn it off since they were using the bar's main sound system, but of course we said no and ordered a Berliner before retreating to the next room over.
And there we stayed for some of the loveliest three-to-four hours of the weekend. A television fireplace ...
... through the spectacular Gendarmen square to Checkpoint Charlie, one of the border crossings between East and West Berlin. I didn't realise how recently the Berlin Wall was pulled down, I'm interested to learn more about it. We entered the city's main park, Tiergarten, and found a great 'Bier Garten', or Beer Garden, for lunch. More beer and bratwurst followed. I've had quite a few but this was by far the best sausage I've eaten yet. We headed back to the ...
After our exhausting train trip yesterday, we slept in and had a late start to our exploration of Berlin. We caused our usual chaos and queue, buying our tickets from the vending machine at the Metro station. Not as many people speak English here, as they did in The Netherlands.
We eventually bought a two day pass, good for trams, trains and buses. We caught a number 200 bus to its terminal, out in ...
We went right into Berlin today and parked near the Brandenburg Gate. This is a big archway that used to be the way into the city when the city was much smaller, a long time ago. Berlin had been divided in two, like Germany was, in 1961. A wall had been built to keep the East Berliners from going into West Berlin. The wall went right past the Gate so no one went through it for 28 years. When the wall came ...
... amazing!!! We then proceeded to make our own homemade shampoo and conditioner which was so unbelievably easy. It has worked so well on our hair too this past week. I am so impressed and never buying shampoo and conditioner again! The recipe for shampoo is 2 tablespoons bicarb soda to 16 tablespoons water. If your hair is still a little greasy, then the recipe suggests to add a little more bicarb. That's it!!! And the recipe for conditioner is 2 tablespoons ...