NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... building displays, to see the sort of ceiling/wall insulation they use. Boy, have we got a lot to learn! And, yes we don’t get the cold that they do in Germany, but improving the insulation against heat wouldn’t go astray! We also bought some great little knick-knacks from some of the stands.
Friday was Sinsheim day – which meant a 90km drive in the direction of Mannheim and then several hours walking around an amazing museum. ...
This morning i got up at 7.15am, showered, dressed and went down to breakfast. Breakfast at this hotel was a large buffet, lots of things on offer. It was also crowded in here as well, with
other tours here and all preparing to leave. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, then went downstairs, tried to use the wifi before heading to the coach. The day started with us being driven to the east side gallery – a place in east Berlin where a ...
A few months back I was in Berlin on a short business trip. Although my stay didn't last long, it was a trip to remember. The capital of Germany welcomed me with sunshine and mild weather, a positive omen from the very first moment I spent there! Due to my limited time I couldn’t go sightseeing and since my flight was late at night, I had booked in advance a hotel close to the airport (almost on the road across), fairly new and with affordable prices. The room was clean ...
A very nice start to the day & early start. We saw the sun rise & it was beautiful. Then off for a tour of Berlin this was first about a 2.5 hr bus trip. But that was okay I needed a sleep anyway. The auto barns here are great the buses are limited to 100k & the cars to 130k. We started at the Olympic stadium with an American guide ...
... that remains of the Berlin Wall that has been completely covered in graffiti by commissioned artists. With no luck in map reading and a train to catch, we headed back to our hostel to pick up our backpacks so that we wouldn't have to run like maniacs to make our train in time. Karliana and I asked one of the train personnel if we had the correct train and he just yelled "NEIN!" and brushed us aside as he kept walking. He then stood in the doorway of ...