Motel One Berlin-Tiergarten
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... guide'...the latter also aided by the consumption of numerous German snacks, including perhaps every variety of 'wurst' known to man, throughout the day. While the space here is not conducive to listing each and every establishment I visited, a few stood out and are worth a mention. The first was Hirschgarten, an extensive beer garden which can apparently hold up to 8000 drinkers at any given time! Then there was Chinesischer Turm in the middle of Munich's ...
... out. What were we going to do now?That wonderful young lady, Sandra, felt awful, so she said, "Perhaps I can call the Crowne Plaza down the street." Success. We got their last room available. And then, get this,
Sandra, arranges for their car to take us to the Crowne Plaza. Awesome! And the guy told us to have the CP call them tomorrow when we want to come back and check in and they will come get us again! Are you kidding me? Well, ...
... cucumber potato mash and Nikki had schnitzel and chips, we finished dinner off with a yummy apple stroodle and were happy we finished our last German night with a beer hall dinner! And on our way home we found another great supermarket we had not seen even though it was basically on the street of our hotel! We bought some goodies and together we downed a medium tub of organic ice cream In bed! and half a packet of potato chips ...
... head or tails out of them !! No-one offered any advice even though it was quite clear we had absolutely no idea !! Long story short, we couldn't buy a ticket because the machine only took coins !! We went 5 stops to the end hoping it was the stop we were told to get off at but in the end found the best little market square called Hackescher Market to have some lunch.
I am acquiring a taste for beer although it needs to be 'shandy' style ...
... Parliament) building. En route, we encountered a demonstration about the elections in Iran - kind of fun to see democracy in action! We walked, checked the address and map, walked, checked the address and map, and walked some more. As we got to the area of the hostel, Emily checked the GPS on her phone, and we had only 3 or so blocks to go!
Since it was only 1 p.m. (German time - 7a.m. back ...