Mercure Hotel Berlin Mitte
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I met Kim Sunday at Berlin's Tegel Airport. After trying to figure out what terminal she was in, we were on our way in a cab to our hotel. We were starving as per usual and went to walk to this food truck festival I heard about. After being completely overwhelmed, we decided we should probably just go to a proper place to eat and relax.
... for touring. Not good for me since I have been having some flare ups with my hips, so walking is difficult. And most of the streets, sidewalks, etc. are cobblestones, which makes walking even more precarious.
We managed to hit several highlights of the city--the Brandenburg Gate, Holocaust Museum, and Check Point Charlie to name a few. Lunch was at a very nice restaurant where we could eat outside. Our bus guide told us about curry sausages, ...
... and Swedish ladies still insisted on milk. Anita and I enjoyed the coffee as it came. It wasn't overly strong and wasn't at all bitter.
11. Curry 61: Currywurst. This place makes its own ketchup which is thicker and smoother than the commercial stuff. These were a revelation. A skinny wurst boiled then cooked on a grill, sprinkled with curry powder and onion salt and covered in ketchup. Nicer than they should be.
12. Lemke Berlin: craft beer brewery. We had four beers lined ...
... had dinner at KFC. Here in Berlin, the signage actually says "Kentucky Fried Chicken". I haven't seen the full name on a shop front for almost 20years. Yes we could have had something fancier, but it was raining outside, we were wet an had aching feet. KFC was the easiest and most convenient option. By home time, we'd finally figured out the train system. All we cared about now was having a hot shower, getting into dry clothes, and letting our feet rest with a good night's sleep. Gute ...
... saying our farewells. Our trip was a total mix from history, learning and sadness to utter highs where we laughed until we cried - a very good combination. Well that concludes part 1 of the travels, so much to see and do in Europe I am already thinking where to go next year. We are lucky to live as close as we do in the UK - never take it for granted. And travelling with friends was an absolute treat; I hated the goodbyes and will miss you all loads. Crossing the pond now, ...