- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a place for the public to lunch and dine. The food was basic, five choices plus sushi if you wanted it, served onto your tray and paid for at a till in the middle of the counters. No matter how basic, the food was excellent. The remainder of the day was spent walking the length of Karl Marx Allee back to town, taking in the old communist apartment blocks for the party faithful, a very beautiful example of Eastern European stark architecture. Before the sun had set and we ...
... br> Unbeknownst to us before arriving here, the starting exhibition we saw was the very first automobile created in the world. Back in 1886 Karl Benz retrofitted an internal combustion engine to some wheels and created this. How the world has changed since.
The museum was very comprehensive, going through just about every ...
... I will also take a closer look at what everyday life was like for people living in Berlin - both before, during and after World War II. One day I will visit Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, which was a camp for political prisoners, located just outside of Berlin. I have never visited Sachsenhausen before, so I'm not quite sure what to expect, but I'll share that all with you after I visit. Towards the end of the week, I will visit ...
... Smaller servings than usual, but more than enough to split. Salad, fish and asparagus. Good, but not quite as good as in Coburg.
Back to the Intercontinental and I blogged while Sandy read. Tomorrow, we split up. Museums for her...back to historical stuff for me! Been a good first full day in Berlin!
Gute Nacht my friends and family!!!
... way to our hostel which was conveniently located right next to the main haupftbanhof. As it tends to happen when travelling, our bookings got messed up at checkin and apparently our room was booked so they graciously gave us a 5 person dorm room and booked it for us for 2 nights, privately. They even gave us a free beer! woohoo!
So anyways, we end up going for dinner at this Snitzel place Paul was recommended to go to by one of his German contacts because ...