Isaak Miles Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in which to drown in. Pair it with some fries and mayo and you have a tasty treat. I'm not sure about the history of the currywurst, but people love them here, and throughout Germany. I guess the currywurst idea must have been spontaneously generated in the minds of dozens of Berliners at the same time because we have seen a number of places claiming to be "the original currywurst." They seem to be equally popular though so I say, let them claim ...
... way back to the train station. From there we were able to find out that a metro took us to a bus stop where we could catch a bus to the castle. I figured that once we were at the castle there would be more English speakers who could help us figure out things from there. We made it to the Castle in one piece, and had a great view of the city. The Castle isnt really a Castle...it is more of this large semi-walled in area on top of a hill. Inside the complex is a large museum, ...
... lucky enough to make your own kebab at the store around the corner when you get the munchies.
Germany really did provide me with an amazing Berlin Experience. The incredible array of sights no only reflect the cities new found identity but also show a great and rich history of the dramatic events of the 20th century. It is from berlin that magnetizes you to uncover more of what Germany has to offer.
... of the digital afterglow? http://www.transmediale.de I attended a seminar by Sputniko!, this amazing woman who likes to discuss controversial topics through really popular culture such as pop songs and film. She is a scientist, studied engineering however refers to herself as: a designer/artist who designs products, devices, music and film exploring technology’s impact on everyday life to imagine and speculate on alternative futures. ...
... trees which formerly led directly to the city palace of the Prussian monarchs. The Gate survived World War II and was one of the few structures standing in the Pariser Platz ruins in 1945. Vehicles and pedestrians could travel freely through the gate until the Berlin Wall was built, 13 August 1961. The Wall was erected as an arc just west of the gate, cutting off access from West Berlin. When the Revolutions of 1989 occurred and the Wall fell, the gate symbolized freedom and ...