Mercure Hotel Chateau
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Hotel Chateau Berlin
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... Our first stopover was in London. Whilst landing, I could see Big Ben and the Eye of London. We spent the night in Berlin. The airport closes at night so wouldn't rest there. Carla and I went to a hotel instead and learnt that you have to unlock German doors "with ...
... Berlin. -Billy James The Komische Oper Berlin is an opera company in Berlin, Germany, which specializes in German language productions of opera, operetta and musicals. The theatre was built between 1891-1892 by architects Ferdinand Fellner and Hermann Helmer for a private society. It first opened on September 24, 1892 as "Theater Unter den Linden" with Adolf Ferron's operetta Daphne and Gaul and Haßreiter's ballet Die Welt in Bild und Tanz. In 1934 the theatre was nationalized ...
... port in a storm, after polishing off an awful cheese burger and cold drink it was back to the room and an early night, it was then that I noticed I had a great view across the top of Berlin.
The dining room was huge as was to be expected for such a large hotel, when it came to food all tastes were catered for, from a light European to heavy American breakfast, with Sausages Bacon Eggs and Toast so I guess you could say a full english breakfast as well ...
... At the far end, there's a 3D model in Braille. It really gives an incredible image of where the wall separated East and West Berlin. Our apartment is in what used to be East Berlin. Across the street from the park, there's a museum that shows movies about the wall and all of Germany being walled in. Runs in English every hour. Very interesting. I knew there was a wall ...
Paul and I woke up this morning at about 11am and cooked breakfast for everyone. Ole had given us some hollumi from the afternoon before so we cooked it up with mushrooms, poached eggs, and the rest of the cheese and bread and olives from the weekend.
Marc put the coffees on and we all sat in his front porch leisurely eating breakfast. It was so relaxing :-)
After a couple of hours of pottering about, packing up the tents, using the Internet and so on we left for ...