Hotel Les Nations
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- TV Channel One Russia
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Nations Berlin
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Touted as "the coolest city in Europe" by our friends and fellow travellers we booked our stay in the coolest area of Berlin...Kreuzberg. We met our room mates who slept all day for the next 5 days, I kid you not. One guy went out occasionally around 1 or 2 am to the clubs. But otherwise...sleep. Our first day exploring involved a quick stop to finish off the bugs followed by a walk along Under ten Linden to the DDR museum. The sun wasn't out for long but it came out ...
... Running late for things seems to be our theme of the day :P We tried to find the tour group, and spotted a group that looked like it could be them. The guide was in the middle of a story, so we waited patiently for her to finish. When we finally got a chance to talk to her, she said this was actually a private tour. Oops! With no luck of finding our group, we set off on our own tour i.e. We walked to East Side Gallery to view artworks on the remaining parts of the Berlin Wall. ...
... across the road to the meeting point. The first bar was just up the road and it was a small bar, but nice, we stayed here for a bit and then went onto the next bar. I talked with
various people, then we went to the next bar and the last bar before the club, this last bar was at the entrance to alexanderplatz station. I did not want to go to the club, so i left the bar here and walked back to the hostel. As soon as i got back i went to bed.
My room for last night. Small but spotless. Not quite a hotel. You get the key at the quaint pub next door. On the other side of the door on your side there are some coffee tables for breakfast and some newspapers. And when you leave you just leave the key in the room. No need for a room check. Very civilised. But these places don't seem to show up on a google search.
Unfortunately with hotel rooms google is hopeless. It just seems to ...
... was a very sombre but educational tour.
Feeling brave Fi and I headed to the area of town where the riots were held. We were told there would be a carnival. Instead we found fashion crimes, thousands of people over the rubbish-strewn streets, punk music on stages, a few parents with young children and plenty of beer. It is hard to describe the atmosphere - people looked like they were partying but were not smiling or joking around. Perhaps that's a ...