Meininger Hotel Berlin Mitte Humboldthaus
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... many drinks as people in Germany seem to be a lot freer with their money than their counterparts in the UK! Livi also went to cccp, another really nice bar. We also bumped into the English from the tour again, who turned out to be from Swindon so we bonded over Radio 1's big weekend. At about 5am, we got a yellow cab home and eventually went to bed although Livi doesn't remember much of what happened after we got back to the hostel. All in all, an amazing ...
... radio con bluetooth y usb, detector de qué cinturones de seguridad tienen que estar abrochados, y seguramente un montón de cosas más que aún no descubrimos. Pero el encendedor no anda. ¿Cuál es el problema, si ninguno fuma? Se preguntarán. El problema es que el GPS, único mapa con el que contamos, resulta que después de un tiempo, si no se carga, tiene el tupé de quedarse sin baterías.
Así que, como deben ser las cosas, nos quedamos sin GPS justo en ...
... custody and held for 6 hours.
Once we left there we came to the memorial to the murdered jews of europe there are over 2,700 stones that are in this memorial and a great museum honouring this time, it was quite ironic that the company that supplied the german government the coating that stops the wear and tear on the stones is the same company that supplied the government with the gas that they used in the camps WTF.
We then rode to the ...
... On our third place we went to do some shopping and in the evening we went to this awesome Indian restaurant Maharadja. The food was great and the owner was super nice. I had some lamb vindaloo and it was so hot and good. My friend doesn't like spicy food at all so we told that to the owner and asked if she could recommend something that is not too spicy. She recommend to her ...
... square with cafes and booths selling used furniture, farm produce, baked goods—you name it. Toward dinner time, the booths close up and the café culture takes over. We ate outside at a Bavarian restaurant that brews nine different beers. Marty had braised pork with veggies, and he said that though he’s not normally big on braised pork, that was the best pork he’s ever had. I had goulash because it came with a ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed