NH Berlin City West
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... memorials of the Berlin Wall, a global symbol of division during the Cold War; but also took in the rise and fall of Hitler and the Third Reich...and a few more beer gardens, just for good measure! My final night in Berlin happened to coincide with my birthday, and the local authorities, bless 'em, decided to put on a little shindig, hundreds of thousands packing the streets around Brandenburg Gate to help me celebrate! They all claimed they were there for some ...
... the Crowne Plaza.
We got our luggage. The CP called the IC and the IC had car there in 10 minutes. We checked in and were greeted by the manager who remembered me from yesterday and apologized that they could not accommodate us last night. He asked me to meet with someone in person to talk about our stay at IC. I said I would set up the appointment and see him tomorrow. Never had that happen before. Then they sent ...
... seemed a perfect place to grab some brunch. Pushing through the market square, I made my way to a little cake stall and stood at a tall table watching the world go by while stuffing my stomach with strudel, washed down with coffee.
Eventually moving on from the Gendarmenmarkt, my meanderings took me along the path of one of the peculiar pink pipes that percolate Berlin, carrying water from the saturated swampy soil to the Spree, the river flowing east-west through the heart ...
... ideas for the entire world! There is a great website called berlinstartupjobs.com, which I explore every single day for possible job opportunities here in Berlin. I have applied for a few but it's pretty competitive so I have been unsuccessful so far. Plus I am not so confident on website design and java script! But it's so inspiring to see all of the interesting ideas and opportunities out there. There are so many concepts that are ...
... that one! ha. I love walking tours! I can't stress to people enough to utilize them!! They are free and they show you around! Well we had Polly who was incredible!! She took us to the Museum Island first. In this area there are many museums (duh) ha. But it was also the area where Hitler had made one of his famous speeches!! It was also where the Palace used to be and it was a big part of Berlin's history. Obviously the buildings ...