Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel
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... train trip is around 6 hours. So whilst they technically take longer than a flight would, once you add in the check-in time, waiting for baggage and any delays due to bad weather, the time generally balances out. The trains are really comfortable and allow you to get to see the countries you are passing through.
The land scape is stunning, we pass small towns which have smaller ...
... Prenzlauer Berg.
To relax and enjoy my last time in sunny Berlin, I go to Volks park, which is near the place from Nathalie.
I couldn't have dreamt of a better way to end my stay in Berlin. I will definately return... I will not let 14 years pass again since last time I've visited.
Tomorrow I leave for Istanbul... new adventures to come. ...
... it to be. The woman who owns the flat was kind enough to leave us some candy and pretzels (both of which are long gone now) and many helpful hints about local favourites. We settled in and napped a little before heading out for dinner. The plan in Berlin is to of course, see the sites, but also to "live local". We find that we're not taking our camera out with us as much as we feel like we're "living" more than touring. I'm sure we won't ...
... infamous man who would later be in charge of Auschwitz and personally responsible for the death of over 1 million Jews. While I was there, I was most struck by the dorms of the prisoners, the prison for important prisoners, and the extermination building called Station Z. It was a heavy feeling in these parts. It's like the air was thicker, heavy with death and despair. There several museums that were unable to get through telling about the lives of some prisoners. The day had ...
It had stopped snowing when we left the museum and we took a tram to the northwest suburbs of Berlin to see a house designed by Mies van der Rohe for an owner of a printing company and his wife. It displays all the characteristics of the open, minimalist design of modern 20th century architecture in a beautiful lakeside setting. As the house was in what was East Berlin it was confiscated by the communist government and used as ...