Mercure Hotel Berlin Hennigsdorf
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... in a much nicer, more modern and clean Berlin. I was just starting to question of the accuracy of my hotels name “Courtyard Berlin City-Center” too.
With the sun beginning to set over the city, we ventured out once more in search of something to hold us over until morning. Approximately 15 minutes later, we found ourselves in a bustling part of town dubbed Hakmarkt. With loads of people filling the patio seats and good live music playing in the ...
... that at least half of the clientele were English. Trust us to find the quality places to eat. Actually the kebabs weren't much good but it was nice to have somewhere to sit for a few minutes as we'd been on our feet for the best part of nine hours and we were beginning to feel it. The bottles of pop helped ease throats worn out from cheering and singing and so on. It was only a few minutes back to the hotel and we hit the mattresses about 23 hours after we'd woken up in Luton.
... your ears with a video of their 'singing'.
Lazy lie in - why not!!!
We decide to go on a free tour (it's actually free) - its a 3 hour walking tour of Berlin. Its ******* rain all day so we hold out until the 4pm one. It doesnt stop so we go anyway brollies in hand :) This after a 'burger and beer' at the hostel. Michael laughed as the offer was not on on sat and sun. But i ordered anyway. He ordered an espresso and the lady gave him a strange ...
... of museums bunched between two branches of a river, and bought a 3 day student pass to all the museums and got a time ticket for the Neues Museum, which is always really crowded. Then we got lunch at a café, we both got Weinerschnitzel with roasted potatoes and we got two smallish beers to try. Blake preferred the Paulaner Weissbier, so I drank the Berliner Pilsner, though I thought both were good. We did a quick walk through of the art museum because we had time to kill before ...
... my first experience of absinthe. We wander home and meet a group of men who want us to walk with them so they won't be approached by prostitutes (all wearing similar boots and corsets) then we meet a group of 18 year old guys who also are freaked out by the prostitutes and try pretending to be gay. We consider a club with them but decide against it. The tram is like 2 hours so we head to the kebab shop and get some pinned frites. An Aussie girl befriends us and tells us to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed