Myer's Hotel - Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... 15.8599996566772px;">All in all a great place to start our Germany adventure, the surroundings were also full of very interesting places - we have by no means seen it all, but this is a good excuse to come back and besides, who doesn't love Ampelmann...!
... the toilet the other day. Whoops! Marc had a coffee with us and some biscuits and then gave me a lift to warschauer str so that I could catch the train to my favourite office in the world and collect my visa. It was actually a lot more simple than the rest of the process and involved me taking a ticket, waiting to be served and collecting my passport. yay! India here I ...
... signposted or remembered at all! Locals and tour guides just know where it is and take tourists here to see where Hitler hid from the Allied Forces. The only scary part of it, is that an extremely right-wing political group 'NPD', who are still strongly Nazi connected and believe in a "pure and natural Germany" post their campaign posters all around the sight of his bunker. These posters are generally controversial and portray the idea that Germany should be a country of only ...
... Words cannot expressed nor can pictures portray the experience.
Just a few facts you all might find interesting:
-In the town of Oranienburg the first concentration camp was set up in Prussia in 1933. Local SA storm troopers took over a disused brewery in the middle of the town. Over 3,000 prisoners, mostly opponents of the National Socialists, were humiliated, maltreated & some ...
... Awesome service all free of charge from the helper and we only paid a couple of euro for our tickets.
The underground is not as flash as the other cities we have been to but nonetheless very efficient, it took about half an hour and we popped up and made a pleasant google aided walk to our apartment hotel - Adina Check Point Charlie.
It is an Australian chain and when we walked through the door to our room we said WOW. Rated as ...