Isaak Miles Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... out departure, our gate was listed -- on the other side of the airport. And, after the long, long walk, felt that we had gotten our way to the "bargain terminal". Instead of the nice terminal that other airlines had used, Easy Jet looked like it was using an old warehouse as it's terminal.
One more flight that lasted only an hour (and a very, very long taxi to the terminal) we found ourselves at the older airport in ...
... is as simple as taking a sausage, drowning it in ketchup, and sprinkling curry powder over the top. It's alright.]
Thursday night, on the suggestion of our expat friend and absent host Tom, we visited Street Food Thursday in a market hall in Kreuzberg. Proof that hipsters are present even here, we pushed through the crowds of beards and short denim shorts to explore the stalls hawking burgers, tacos, pulled pork, homemade ice cream, ...
... opera performed every night. SO every HUGE pieces used for the sets and all of the costumes are cleared out after each performance and the new ones are brought in daily for about 9 months out of the year. The Opera House has about 200 workers working almost 24 hours a day during the season.
After the opera house we grabbed a quick bite to eat--a European favorite: Kabob and coke. Then we quickly got on the metro and headed to Schonbrunn Palace. The Palace ...
Monday 28 April Today we begin the Germany leg of our tour and we are a little excited about getting the train to Berlin because the train actually boards a ferry to cross from Denmark to Germany! We were in awe when the train drove onto the ferry knowing it would have been lined up perfectly to do so. We had to disembark and enjoyed the 45 minute ferry crossing outside on the sunny deck. We arrived in Berlin at around 2.30pm and had ...
... they were and didn't care. Going to see an electro band in Berlin was priceless as you could see more of the underground culture and nightlife than anywhere else.
Next day we go to this 5 hour walking tour and finally get to see most of Berlin with a very interesting guide that gives us ample info on the city's history of the last 100 years. I had done it before in 2007 and forgot, so this was a good refresher. Note to self if in Berlin again: Redo this tour!