Mercure Hotel Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... memorial is right behind our apartment. We are locate on level 7 so we have a fantastic view of the area.
Since we are here for just a short time, tomorrow we will do the "hop-on hop-off" tour, this will allow us to see a lot of attraction in just a few hours. The weather is set to improve tomorrow, let's hope ...
... air quality and water.
Berlin was founded in the 12 th Century and is the capital city of Germany. It was formerly the capital city of Prussia in the 18th and 19th Century and grew rapidly to become the German Empire in 1871. The buildings that still exist here after the bombing in WW11 are very grand in the Baroque style.
The Berlin Wall dividing the city from 1949 to 1989 is now called Checkpoint Charlie and is a major ...
... I was keen to see the sights of Berlin, but I also wanted to see how I would fair on this Segway machine thing! When we arrived we each selected a helmet and had to fill in a liability disclaimer!! Afterwards, our guide introduced herself, her name was Mariette and she was originally from the Lake District in England, but has lived in Germany for the last seven years. Mariette then got on a Segway and showed up how it worked. In short, it is VERY sensitive ...
... German alphabet which goes like this... http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IArDqV5bwe s We have since learnt how to introduce ourselves and so on. You really must have a look at this link on you tube. When our teacher played this for us today I almost wet myself from laughing so much! http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cNgdePwNIH E We have also begun the journey of die der and das, and also verbs and nouns and how they can all change with sentence reconstruction etc. it's funny I am also learning ...
... electronically tracks the movement of the sun and blocks the direct sunlight from becoming too overwhelming to those below the dome. The dome is not open to visitors without prior registration.
Across town was Check Point Charlie. CPC was the best known crossing from East to West Berlin and was designated as the single crossing point (by foot or by car) for foreigners and members of the Allied forces. A recreation of the first guard house sits in the middle ...