Isaak Miles Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... bus was a little tricky as the M41 line appear to have been taken over by gremlins and the technology that said which bus and stop it was was out, making it a little more difficult to reach my destination. I did get there in the end, and only got off at the wrong stop once.
Emma and I had dinner at the Devil’s Kitchen. We had eggplant dip and an Alek kabob. Both were very yummy! After dinner, we went home to a beer and Modern ...
Today, we received an amazing walking tour of Berlin. I was shocked at how much we saw with our wonderfully explicit walking tour leader!!
We visited Reichstag (Germany's Parliament building), Checkpoint Charlie (where those authorized to do so could cross between East and West Berlin), the Holocaust Memorial (controversial stone slabs dedicated to the Jews murdered by the Nazis. The reason it's controversial is because more than just ...
... expensive bus booked in Australia. The fares increase as the date becomes closer so worth getting in before the trip.
The Titanic Hotel in Mitte was a taxi ride from the bus station although, the train is near us we were too tired to think about tackling the metro with our suitcases! The traffic was horrendous surprising for a Sunday when most of the shops are closed. We are well located to many museums, restaurants ...
... it. It surprised me that the stories I'd been told in the past were actually quite inaccurate - I had heard many of the conspiracy theories and the real history is much different. We learned how he had committed a 'double suicide' by biting a cyanide tablet at the same time as shooting himself in the head, to make sure he was definitely dead. His girlfriend also killed herself, but only use the cyanide tablet in order to appear angel-like. The stories ...
... excited about it. At about 3 or 4pm my migraine was easing up so I got out of bed and made some food. Paul had made the most delicious mayonaise out of eggs, oil, mustard and salt. It was really yummy. We made tofu burgers with heaps of mayo. Paul had found a 1kg bucket of mustard in the supermarket for 1.20 euros that day, which is pretty good value. We are completely hooked on mustard now. It's strange, I have never really liked it over the years, but ...