Novum Hotel Gates Berlin Charlottenburg
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... a multitude of voice. All English! Apparently the rest of Europe suffers from large groups of English students the way London does with the Italians, French etc. Fairs fair. Fed, watered and finding ourselves in the midst of a market closing down we headed back toward the hotel, exploring museum island (getting lost is probably a better description). It was in the hotel bar I happened upon the Spiced Chocolate cocktail. Heaven before ...
... buildings to admire. The following day we hired a couple of bikes and went and searched a few out.
The Holocaust Memorial was a touching site that had been built to commemorate the murdered Jews of Europe during the Nazi reign.
The museum beneath ...
... bunk, a superficial wound, but one that bled like buggery. And, once in my berth, the fit for someone my size was a little snug, to say the least. But once we got going, the train's rhythm proved quite soothing, and I soon drifted off to sleep, waking only occasionally as the train lurched around a bend! On balance, not a bad option, my only regret being that I missed Austria, my three hours within its borders spent flat on my back! Once in Munich, I ditched my suitcase ...
Today we skipped breakfast and jumped straight in the bus for another driving day. We first stopped of at Mauthausen concentration camp. Some people from the group didn't wish to go in so they stayed with the bus. John and I walked around the grounds, reading the information posts that we could in English. Many of the building had been taken down but a few were left up so people could visit and see ...
... we had to move from our centrally located hostel to a more alternative hostel, located in a more trendy area called Wrangel Kiez, which had plenty of amazing bars and clubs nearby. The hostel itself was fairly small but we quicklymade friends there because everybody hangs out near the beer fridge and we started playing NHL with random people.
Anyhow, we left that night to go out with the hostel people who recommended us to go to this amazing club in an old ...