Mercure Hotel Chateau
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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... The kids are still somewhat unperturbed by the difference in language (no English TV channels this time- even Vince Vaughn type American movies are dubbed into German!) and are with good grace continuing to see this as a fun opportunity, for the most part, to hang out and see some cool stuff, while not having to go to school every day! So with ten thumbs up we have our bags packed and are ready to depart for Prague ...
Today we were leaving Berlin in the evening so thought we had better get up and actually do something! We ate a quick breakfast at a place next to our hostel, the lady was really lovely :) walked through Check Point Charlie and headed to the Jewish Memorial. We had seen all the 2,711 stones yesterday on our walking tour and wanted to get into the museum which is situated underneath the memorial. It was free and opened at 10am, of course we arrived on time ...
... Since, when you compare these with the Berlin Wall and Jewish Cemetery, the what victory?
Today, fortunately, has been pretty relaxed- We visited the Reichstag (the German equivalent of the houses of Parliament), where they were so anal about security they temporarily confiscated my harmonica on the suspicion that I was hiding a bomb in it. We got a nice view of the city skyline at the top, though, while a cleaner was ...
... told me that it could only take a 32G USB stick. UGH We got home and I was so knackered I fell asleep as soon as I laid down. It´s so weird how sleepy I´ve been here. It could just be from late nights back at home etc. I don´t know, or maybe the heat. I have no clue, what I do know is that I´m drinking more water than Nadzha and despite my appetite decreasing just a tad I´m still exhausted and falling ...
... companion to drinking or ditching you. Berlin was wonderful…as serendipity would have it. There was an Open Air Gallery going on the weekend that we were there. We walked across this bridge looking at art and creating art with the locals, I was in heaven. We took a little tour in the Pergamon Museum on Museum Island which was magical, there were several musicians playing violin within the stone hallways at the exterior of the buildings, so ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed