Mark Apart Hotel Berlin
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Apparently the Reichstag is getting as hard to get to see as the Eiffel Tower. I remembered what someone told me, get a reservation at the restaurant to avoid the lines and insure you'll get into the dome. First thing this morning the front desk called when they opened and presto 3:30 pm confirmed. I headed out to the east side gallery and to get there I had to cross the Spree River at the old Oberbaumbrucke bridge. Along the river on the ...
... about 6 hours. We decided we were much more keen to see everyone than to make sure we did every single thing in Munich. Hooray!!!!! Arrived in Berlin, found our way to our hostel, bought ourselves 'I heart Berlin' t-shirts (as instructed), got ready and headed over to the hostel the topdeckers were staying at. Met up with Fauve and ...
... went to Checkpoint Charles which served as a checkpoint in West Berlin for foreigners to come over. It now has a famous photo of the last American soldiers facing East Berlin to watch the Soviets. Our final stop was a church built by Fredrick II to show his religious tolerance in the Enlightenment age. Next to it is a famous college which produced more Nobel prize winners than any other country- Einstein was the physics professor here.This was a long day involving walking ...
... magnificent. The church was warm.
Afterward we went to the Bach museum and learned that not only did he play the organ he was also an inspector of organs. His knowledge of organs was vast and expert. He was also a randy composer having 15 children, although all of them didn't survive. In the music room of the museum they had the complete collection of Bach's music. Everything he composed on digital recording and I sat down, put on ...
... to dry anything.. So off to the laundromat we went. Paul has ventured off to find an odometer for his bike and now it's just me, the washing and the blog... So from where I left off... Sunday afternoon, we went to mauerpark and met up with Julien and Jack, Heidi and Antonio. We had a brief look around the markets before spending the rest of the afternoon at the karaoke stage listening to some brilliant, and some interesting people sing. It's such ...