Motel One Berlin-Hauptbahnhof
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... Altes museum, both were huge. Onto the museum. Tickets bought, toilets visited, audio guides set and entered the first room where there was the Pergamon Alter. Wow! Hard to capture the enormity of this structure in words. It was built in the 2nd Century BC. We also saw the market gate of Miletus built in 2nd century AD and the Ishtar gate 575 BC, the gate of King Nebuchadnezzar II. There were other things we saw also but these ...
... part of town, and it was a wonderfully central and cozy location. I decided game plan number one was to walk until I saw a coffee shop, then ask for museum recommendations to kill time before meeting Johnny and Cynthia later (they ended up going to sleep at 5 am). I only had to walk a block before I found this incredibly cute coffee shop with a nice barista who sold me a cheap and yummy latte macchiato. She recommended a museum near ...
... There was a small tent for the DJ’s, loud speakers everywhere, a bar, and people dancing all over the place or chilling in a small bit of grass. Right on…
Ruben had informed me before my arrival that Buraka Som Sistema would be playing at a free event in Mauerpark, something about celebrating Summer or whatever, and of course I was game on for some heavy bass kuduro. Went to the local supermarket, got as much beer as I could carry, ice and salt. Have ...
... covered by a parking lot.
This is where we learned about Hitler's early history. He was actually born in Austria and was very close to his mother, but did not get along with his authoritarian father. He dropped out of high school at 15 and wound up going to Vienna to become an artist. He tried to get into an art school, but wasn't good enough. Someone noticed how real his drawings were and suggested he try architecture. He was able to get into an architecture ...
... is also a place where the rooms are vintage caravans within an old warehouse!)
- Of course, visits to the Holocaust Museum, Topography of Terror (all about the Gestapo) all horrifying but I think important to visit at least once.
- Buying a packet of ‘Walking Man’ lollies.
- Attending pay what you like wine parties
To be honest, some of the time was a bit slow going as we always ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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