Mercure Hotel Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Arrived in Berlin at 1:40 on September 7 after a two hour flight from London. Spent the next several hours locating our room (would have been an hour trip for most folks here). Using German household equipment was a walk down memory lane. Windows open two ways, etc. All of it is a good deal more sturdy than available in the US.
The weather in England was quite poor. We received some rain every day ...
... Helen is saying no, Louise is saying no (Connor and I are laughing in the backseat). Still the man isn't listening so Louise turns on the windscreen wipers and there is water and foam flying, the wipers are going...and the man finally puts his hands up in defeat and turns towards another car. Thank god - they light is green. We have places to be!!!
And what better way to hang out for the afternoon than a tram ride about the city and some retail ...
... centre is home to 180 stores. We only managed to visit maybe 7 shops mainly because 1) we were tired, and 2) the stores were about to close (9pm). We decided on a simple dinner of kebabs and curry wurst. I must say, I kinda like the curry wurst. Doesn't seem that scary or disgusting! Training it back home, we encountered a gypsy and had a funny time trying to alert eachother to get to safety. We'll work on that during the trip :) Time for bed, Gute ...
... and 1.2 million in Prague. Similar to Martin Luther (in German who put up his thesis on a church door and all the things the Catholic Church were doing wrong and broke away and started his own religion), a Czech man named Van Haus, which was much before Luther. People back then were not literate and educated as they were in time of Luther so he was seen as a witch and was burned at the stake. Ice hockey is the most watched sport. Once in the city we had a walking tour to ...
... truly an unforgettable experience, regardless of whether you were German or not. Definitely a once in a life time opportunity.
More touristy stuff !
After a bit of a sleep in, we went back to the city to do more touristy stuff. Our first stop was the a small exhibit of the Berlin wall near checkpoint Charlie and the location of Hitler's bunker which he comitted suicide in at ...