Ibis Berlin Spandau
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... Our subway stop was the Zoological park, and we got off the subway and hiked it from there. Time to rest and refresh before dinner.
After our rest and showers, we selected another Rick Steves' restaurant recommendation, Dicke Witten, which means "The Fat Bartender." It was just a few blocks from our hotel. Busy place! We walked in, past the bar and found a server. He asked, "Do you have a reservation?" We said, "No." He then asked, "Why not?" We had ...
... minutes and yet another train went past, the officers were losing their patience because I was stopping them from issuing more fines. I wasn't in any hurry, boys, happy to be here all night, I wanted to say to them. Eventually the cooler-headed one led me to a ticket machine and showed me how to purchase a ticket. He also gave me my passport back and let me go with a warning.
I wished I could tell Bradley Cooper the story. He'd think it was ...
... the deaths of some many peole itisbeside part of the lod wall that is still standind
From there back to parliament biulding for our tour very short but great views over city and close look at the glass dome
Just got out and the thunder and lightening started just made it across road to a bar before the rain , finally stopped raining and back on train to home got there wandered the streets found nice bar for dinner Snitzel
... was a bit too sweet. now I just use it for smoothies together with a couple of bananas. After our little homemade time, Paul attempted to rewire our video player in order to connect it with our portable DVD player. The reason being that the portable DVD played has a screen, and we have videos so if we could connect both to one another, we could watch all of Specky's old VHS'! Unfortunately it didn't work.. .... On Sunday we had a very lovely day with Heidi ...
... finally getting to the hostel, I made my way to Brandenburg Tor to join a 2.5 hour free walking tour. Our tour guide, Stephanie, a kiwi girl who had been living in Berlin for 5 years, was nothing short of amazing! She is a history student and has been trying to write a book about the last 100 years of Berlin. Needless to say, she knew everything, and I mean everything, inside out and her passion for history was oozing with every statement. It was one of the ...