Fjord Hotel Berlin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and their sewage system was bad so the place stunk (in fact some parts of Berlin still pong today....). By comparison West Berlin was just peachy and people were largely doing well but the only issue they had was that the pong from the east would get a bit too much for them, so the west German government asked the East Germans if they would accept a shipment of concrete drain pipe from then and they hoped the sewage system would be fixed and the East ...
We were up, packed and out the door by about 7 am. Stopped for gas, dropped the car off, grabbed a luggage cart ( no shuttle buses) and made it to the check in point with no problem. As we checked our bags, they told us the flight was delayed an hour, but we could wait in the British Airway lounge. Our boarding pass showed a departure time of 9:25, but a boarding time of 9:45. Oops. All the monitors said 9:25. We went up to the lounge, no bathrooms!! Down to the bathrooms and Starbucks. ...
... to the Berlin Historical Museum, which wasn't the greatest museum, but at the end there were two good movies that gave us a run down on Berlin history. Then we walked over to the Genarmenmarkt square where there are two lovely churches (one French and one German - but both almost identical. The French one was built for the Eugonots - sorry spelling - who fled France because they were Protestant. The German one was built three years after the French church, and is exactly one ...
... where one of the largest book burnings occurred during WWII, where there is now a monument of a room with empty shelves that is to represent how the past can not be changed, but you can learn from it.....it's deep, but when you see it it just makes sense. We continued our walk along Unter den Linden Street, walking past the opera house, the memorial to the fallen solders, the most beautiful looking church, as well as both the old and ...