Mark Apart Hotel Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... fracture, and with that I was given crutches and a bed sheet to wrap around myself (jeans in the handbag) and was discharged. I stood outside the door waiting for a taxi and cried.
I’ll be honest and say that the next few days were some pretty rough ones. I cried. A lot. I was terrified at the thought of having surgery in a strange place all alone and getting stuck in hospital recovering with no-one to help me. I returned to see the surgeon the next day - ...
... means that even though prisoners were tortured and killed at times, people here worked. During the war, there were a couple hundred thousand prisoners here before it was liberated in 1945. Most of the prisoners here were not Jewish as most Jews were sent to extermination (death) camps. They were mostly communists and people who resisted the Nazi movement. Since these prisoners were German, they were given some privileges that we have never heard of from camps before. For ...
... to a cafe for dinner. While this space would have easily fit-in on Seattle's Capitol Hill, it specialized in dished from the 'black forest' region of Germany. We enjoy an excellent meal of goulash and spatzel followed by a petite chocolate cake with some form of candied pineapple and red berry sauce. I am struck with similarities that hipsters everywhere seem to love good food, old furniture, and 'alternative' music. Lol. Tavel day ...
... are just not doing it for me. This time things are different: again. Originally I did not want to go to Japan this year.... There are so many places on my list and I kind of felt that with buying the apartment just last month I should save my money. but whom am I kidding. Taking a break is just about time and where else would I want to go. So when Béa suggested some time ago we should go together ...
... which is just a really fun word to say. It's close to the TV tower and there are quite a few little parks and alleyways full of graffiti. On Sunday's practically every shop is closed so it was a bit of a ghost town.
I decided to try a pork knuckle which was absolutely delicious. It wasn't the crispy variety but the meat just fell off the bone. It came with potatoes, saurcrate and mustard which mixed together on my fork was really rich in flavours.