Meininger Hotel Berlin Mitte Humboldthaus
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... it was good to see them here! After a couple hours we were becoming heavy legged. We actually lost Marielle momentarily, but were reunited at the exit.
7pm, on the train again for one last stop; Checkpoint Charlie. We chowed down some McDonald's for convenience, across the road from the museum and entered around 8.15pm. The museum itself was stifling hot, and a little dry in content, political ...
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Berlin has two airports and we arrived at TEGAL which is north west of the city. We found a bus point and were looking at the map when a uniformed helper asked us where we wanted to go. Even though he had limited English he was chirpy and very helpful- gave us a schedule and we wrote down the changes - two stops only on Bus, then downstairs to Underground - 15 stops, then change lines and two stops - presto 7 minutes walk ...
After Prague, it was on to the next city...Berlin! A new language, country and currency from Prague awaited me. First of all, Berlin was freezing. It hailed for one day and snowed a little on the other. Despite the weather, I really loved Berlin and wished I stayed longer in the city. The city reminded me a little of DC. There is so much history around every corner of Berlin and so many monuments and exhibits. The first monument I saw was the Holocaust monument, also known as ...
... 8221;), a 368 metre concrete spike that was built in 1969 as a broadcasting system for East Berlin, but was also meant to show what the communist government was capable of since it is visible from West Berlin. We got a Bratwurst for lunch from the Christmas market and then did some shopping in the nearby stores (C&A for some warm socks and leggings) and the Galleries for some sweaters.
Aaron met up with us at the Christmas Market around 5:30 and we ...
Now that we are experts on the ICE trains, we managed to snag 3 seats together on our journey to Berlin. The ride was uneventful except for when Jared stood up on his seat to get some granola bars from his stowed bag. At that moment, another passenger came up and started babbling in German. He spoke for a long time before Jared could finally get a word in and tell him that he only spoke English. At that point the man said "oh. Sweet" and wandered off and ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed