Maritim Hotel Berlin
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
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... a Swede and two Americans and their baby on the tour. He was fine, she was a pain who had been everywhere, eaten everything and knew everything.
The tour was run by "Original Berlin Food Tour" and our guide was Dr Bastian Schwithal (www.berlinfoodtour.de). He was about 30, well informed, interesting to listen to and made a great effort to talk to everyone throughout the tour. The schedule went as follows:
1. Katjes Cafe Grun-Ohr: rabbit lollies for which they are famous ...
... have a strong art and culture scene that we would have liked to have seen more. We saw plenty of hipsters and lounges that might have been fun (or at least interesting), but the cold day and another 9 miles on the pedometer had us focusing on getting to the airport. I felt a small connection to Berlin. It has an atmosphere that reminds me of San Francisco. I bet there is plenty more to do in this capitol in the summertime...when we don't have to break out our arctic gear to stay ...
I have been putting off this blog post for a couple days because it's going to be my last one for this trip, and I wanted to make sure that it was a good one. On Monday, we made the final stop on our journey - to Auschwitz Extermination Camp. Just like every other camp I've been too on this trip, it was certainly emotional and moving. It is eerie and even sickening, and it is certainly a difficult place to visit. But it is an important place to ...
... process rebuilding many buildings bombed during the war and building infrastructure to meet western standards. Visited the Allied Museum where they have moved the original "check point charlie" building to as well as an East Berlin watch tower and section of the wall. around the city they have left cobble stones in the streets marking where the wall used to be. amazing how ...
... one more museum we had heard great things about, so even though a little emotionally drained, we headed to the Jewish museum. A really interesting space, the architecture was designed to make you feel certain ways throughout - zig zag in design and with a massive darkened void in one area. It was a massive museum with so much to take in, and really clever in how it was put together. We headed back to the apartment exhausted and settled in with another home cooked meal and a ...