Isaak Miles Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chicken came with pita and chips and a garlic dip. We then went to a bar close by and had some drinks and chatted some more. Time flew by. I had no idea where it went, it got late and we said our goodbyes. N and I watched L & N cycle away.
Our first full day was full of galleries. We didn't do a walking tour on this day as a number of them would have been closed the next day which therefore seemed ideal for the ...
... of the US, UK, and France in the West, and the USSR in the East evolved into the Cold War. Tensions continued to escalate throughout the 1950s, until finally, in 1961, a Wall was built around West Berlin, completely separating the city into two. Once again, Berlin belonged to (two) different parts of the world.
So why is this significant? The city simply went through two separate eras. It still captivated the attention of the ...
... them. I declined. What I thought was interesting was right next to Checkpoint Charlie is a McDonald's and down the block is a Domino's Pizza. But I had my thoughts for lunch on a more German dish. Apparently the Berliners love a snack called "Currywurst." I got mine right next to Checkpoint Charlie. At Maximillian's Original Berliner Currywurst at Checkpoint Charlie. It's a tomato-sauce-topped cut up sausage sprinkled with curry powder. Billed ...
... devoted to it. A trivial topic for a museum you might think, but it actually has something of a fascinating story. For instance Herta Heuwer, the inventor of the original currywurst sauce never revealed her recipe to anyone, declining lucrative offers from companies to (as it were) spill the beans and taking her secret to her grave. Unsurprisingly, the Deutsches Currywurst Museum has a rather good snack bar and I lunched here before heading back ...
... of a globe, wearing a blue travellers outfit and smoking a cigar. We will be bringing that one home with us. The next box we discovered was alcohol! And this box had been packed in the 90s so everything is at least 20 years old, one bottle of wine 40 years old. There is wine, whiskey, rum, schnapps and a few other things that we have no idea what they are. we also found lots of old cigarette boxes and boxes of matches which looked like they were from the ...