NH Berlin Alexanderplatz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... s hip Mitte and Kreuzberg. They reminded me much of Melbourne's grungy city north and Sydney's Inner West with its street art, hidden cafes in old buildings with bare furnishings and hippy crowds hanging out in hippy bars. One of my highlights was a cafe tucked away in an old art gallery with no signs in the front announcing the cafes's existence. It's specialty was homemade pastrami and the New York Reuben sandwich. I was told to expect a 30-minute ...
... rabbits. These bridges are covered in vegetation to encourage the animals to cross. They have done studies and apparently the animals do cross the roads via the bridges. They say that the foxes are getting cunning as they just wait for dinner to be delivered. Maybe we need some our way. Then I went off on my own for a bit. I'm not much of a souvenir shopper, others came back with bags full as I couldn't find anything. Next it was back in the bus. We stopped at St Marys church in ...
... the blog on a daily basis here since our days are not going to jam-packed.
Our impressions of Berlin so far is that it's a very "artsy" city and many of the people who live here are young. There are a lot of smokers, which definitely isn't fun for us. We find the city to be quite walkable and there are tons of cyclists. English is widely spoken, even though of course, German is the main language. It's also funny to us that here, ...
... 5.5 hours to really see anything. Lucky for us, Berlin has a fantastic TXL express bus that takes you right from the airport into the most popular sites the city has to offer.....and with only a few hours and an intense craving for Weiner Schnitzel......we had no time to waste.
When looking up a popular site to see in Berlin the first thing listed in every guide book was the Brandenburg Gates. The Brandenburger Tor is ...
... short but picturesque bus ride from Spain. The rain pours down as we drag our suitcases through the cobblestone streets of the beautifully preserved medieval town of Èvora. With the dark skies and occasional downpours, we are forced to explore this city from under the rim of an umbrella. All roads lead us to the main square, Praço de Giralda. It was a place of executions and public burnings during the inquisition in the sixteenth century and more recently a place of ...