Mercure Berlin Tempelhof Airport
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... designers, Thom has designed the lamp hanging in the room.
After settling in, I continue to explore the area around Kreuzberg, Schlesisches Tor and Oberbaum Brücke.
But I'm hungry and the bike takes me to the a great little spot in a park, Heinrich Heine Platz. A small "lake" cafe serving refreshments. The sun is shining from the clear blue sky, what an amazing setting.
Schlesisches Tor ...
... a bit of a tour from him parts of the large city and he shared a great place to get some coffee and cake! We walked through a brand new mall that has windows and a rooftop with cafes facing the Berlin Zoo. It was nice to watch the monkeys jump around and play.
Last night, we put on our team Germany shirts and headed across the street from home where there is a courtyard with bars and big screens set up to watch the German football ...
... favourites were the reform dresses and a book on the hazards of corsets. Doktorwagon, a car built explicitly for medical doctors. The brown shirts own brand of cigarettes, and Napolean's hat from the battle of Waterloo. Amazing. We are fond of museum cafés so we had lunch there. On our way to the bus I found a sticker from Berlin to put on little Cecil, my aluminium carry-on bag. I have stickers from Montenegro and Liechtenstein, and now Berlin. A great way to end our ...
... This was a pretty draining experience so this put a stop to our history lessons for the day. Going back to the hotel to freshen up for our walk about dinner at any restaurant of our choice. We filled our tummys with some hearty German food ready for our eye spy game. The eyes spy game was a pub crawl mixed with a scavenger hunt to teach us how people would escape from East to West Germany once the wall went up using dead letters. Our Contiki ...
... apartment. A great collection of 1700 to 1900 German art in a magnificent building. Close by we checked out the Berliner Dom, a marvellous church. Walking home we passed innumerable stately offices and palaces in the old East Berlin -most under restoration. Dinner was collected from the food hall we discovered this morning. Smelly cheese, pâté, salami, roast chicken, hearty bread and some French wine in our apartment. A tough ...