Ibis Berlin Spandau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... me, you're in my seat, bugger off" routine. And sure enough there was a young man and woman in our seats when we got onto the next train. I politely pointed out that he was in our seats, and he politely pointed out that he had this seat numbering also, and he did. He was maybe 15 or 16, and I probably could have taken him...maybe...but I decided to play the mature card and pass the problem onto the ticket inspector. The young man actually was quite polite, and ...
... haunting field of concrete stelle - reminiscent of unmarked tombs of varying heights spread across undulating ground. The visitor can walk between the stelle - which we did - and feel the stark and brutal reality of this monument. It is rather ugly, sterile, brutal and yet somehow moving and poignant. It felt like a vast field of unmarked graves - some for one unknown person and others for whole unknown facilities. It is not a comfortable place. ...
... went onto the bus to begin the first part of the tour.
We drove to west Berlin, near the zoo, we walked past the kasier wilhelm church and then went to an included dinner at a restaurant. I had a 1 liter stein, talked with people and had a good night. We then went back on the bus and drove to the reichstag building. We had time to take pictures and then we got back on the coach and went to the hotel. We had a few quiet beers at the hotel bar and then went to bed.
... Dad and family.
Rickie took us for a walking tour again of the street art areas. She thinks that due to the rain and a closure of train stations we missed out on this in our alternative walk. She showed us some more examples of Lucy the cat . We had a lovely walk around the area.
we then walked to the restuarant Tucholsky. He was a german journalist that was critical of socialism and all his books were burnt by the Nazis and he lost his german ...
... way to our hostel which was conveniently located right next to the main haupftbanhof. As it tends to happen when travelling, our bookings got messed up at checkin and apparently our room was booked so they graciously gave us a 5 person dorm room and booked it for us for 2 nights, privately. They even gave us a free beer! woohoo!
So anyways, we end up going for dinner at this Snitzel place Paul was recommended to go to by one of his German contacts because ...