Romantik Hotel Kronprinz Berlin
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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Left the Hotel at 0800hrs this morning.. We had a local guide for the city tour of Copenhagen. We were minus our fearless leader as one of the travellers was sick so she had to take her and her sister to the doctors... They met up with us downtown at our departure point. Minus the sick person, not sure if she has gone home or will be joining us later.. The lady that did our city tour was great, we got a bit more info than the big bus and we went to ...
... pillaged and blown up in 1954. Restoration works which commenced in 1961 took a decade to complete without the Grand Dome. On 20th December,1990 the first session of the reunified Germany was held at the Reichstag. There has been another restoration that radically changed the interior of the building to a ultra-modern interior with a new dome. The majestic dome sits above the Plenary Assembly and is made entirely of glass. It is 23 metres high with a 40 metre ...
... Wall. It's really not that tall or very thick but used to be covered in barbed wire and protected by machine guns that would automatically fire if a wire was tripped & thousands of buried bombs in what was known as "the death strip". You can still see where the wall was all over the city - it is marked by a pathway of stones.
Next to the wall is the Topography of Terror Exhibit. It features chronological ...
... and middle east artifacts on display here. A nice museum with lots to see.
After i finished with the Bode i decided to head back to the Pergamon and see if i can get in. This museum is undergoing renovations, so only half the stuff is on display, but there is still
lots to see. After waiting about 1hr i was able to get into this museum. I saw the alter of Pergamon, there was also a massive wall from a fort, as well as carpets ...
... room that has pieces of porcelain all mounted into the walls.
the top section of the old palce was where their grandson and his wife lived and is a lot lighter and less elaborate in design.
We also saw the crowd jewels and a magnificent silver table setting. We finished our tour off with a chilled glass of wine in the garden surrounded by the orange buildings.
For dinner Rickie had booked us a table at the french restuarant Le ...