Isaak Miles Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After getting up at dark o'clock we arrived in Berlin. We spent some time having a late breakfast at the airport before dropping our luggage at the apartment and then grabbing a drink at a canal-side cafe while planning our activities for the next couple of days.
We then walked back to the apartment to "officially" check in. It is quite minimalist but more than sufficient for our needs. ...
... reminders; and Checkpoint Charlie, an overly touristy landmark of one of the world’s most famous walls.
I know the tourist hordes are in love with London, Rome and Paris, but seriously, Berlin probably has those cities beat.
My evenings in Germany’s capital were, once again, mostly spent watching the huge soccer matches. Germany was playing again, and this time against France. The city was absolutely drowning in the national colors ...
... terror and holds names of all known Jewish holocaust victims. These names are projected on the walls while a short biography is read over a loud speaker. It is said it would take over 7 continuous years to go through all of these projections.
An empty car park is the next spot you will stop, and although it may not seem like much, over 100 meters under where you stood,Hitler committed suicide in April 1945. This site remained unmarked until ...
... half English and made his way into the apartment sat down and made a couple of jokes. He was such a character and immediately started talking about all of the MC Escher pictures we have all over the wall. I was later to find out that he too was an artist back in the day, well still is, but doesn't paint or draw anymore really. After a little chat, the 4 of us went down to the basement... Beneath our apartment block in an enormous basement sectioned off by wooden fence ...
... drink came, your food came, you are and you leave, all in under 30 minutes. Fast food Berlin style. It was tasty and fresh Asian style soup that we ate. On walking down to find a taxi we found an old photo booth that takes black and white passport sized photos in a row of 4. I couldn't resist. Once back at the motel and. With Emily back with us we drank cocktails in celebration of the holiday and marathon before heading to bed for the last ...