Romantik Hotel Kronprinz Berlin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to make the exhibits interactive - no. Then had a muffin and coffee as it started to rain a bit, and walked to Alexanderplatz for a bit more shopping and a walk around. Afterwards back to the hotel for a rest, and walked to Schnitzelei for dinner - an excellent schnitzel was had. Mine was just cream cheese rolled in veal, excellent. ...
... could pass under it. Napoleon was one of those people. The Nazis used it as a propaganda symbol for power throughout World War II. Today, it serves as a reminder of Berlin's past, present, and future. The next monument was a whole lot more exciting for me. I finally got to witness the infamous Reichstag. This building was the ultimate symbol for Nazi Germany. Hitler held massive marches and rallies in the square I stood in to take pictures. I cant even imagine someone so ...
... and it still had plenty hustle and bustle so I can only imagine how busy and lovely it must be during the day or December for Christmas markets! We then found a lovely little Asian restaurant and we sampled some lovely Vietnamese dishes which were very tasty along with some German beer...fed and watered we headed back to airport hotel, after a brief insight to Berlin, I'm sure we will be ...
... and get another pin. Bob's your Uncle. We didn't actually stay in Liechtenstein but did stop there and get another pin some other souvenirs and then drove across the border to Feldkirch, Austria and stayed the night at Hotel Baren. We had Chinese for dinner where it is strange hearing German with a Chinese accent.
Next day we drove to Berlin stopping briefly in Weimar so I could see an early Bauhaus house built in the 1920s. It ...
... The Museum Collection After the war, the Altes Museum was the first of the group museums on Museum Island to be renovated and it reopened in 1966. Today, it houses the Antikensammlung (Museum of Antiquities) on its main floor. The permanent collection here includes a vast variety of ancient Greek and Roman decorative art including vases and statues. The Altes Museum is now closed for renovations which started in 2009. When it reopens, a corridor will connect it to the other museums on the ...