Ramada Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Our first stopover was in London. Whilst landing, I could see Big Ben and the Eye of London. We spent the night in Berlin. The airport closes at night so wouldn't rest there. Carla and I went to a hotel instead and learnt that you have to unlock German doors "with ...
... mall in Germany. But today is Sunday and Berlin screeches to a halt on Sundays. Nothing is open!! We went for another round of CurryWurst in the opposite steert vendor before coming back to Hackescher market for another ice cream. Then we walked around before eating at McDonald's opposite Alexanderplatz U Bahn station. We retired around 8pm. There are still many things to do in Berlin - I was amazed at the social involvement of people who turned up in numbers ...
... If you hate it you can learn to appreciate it but will never really get it. I actually thought I would hate it as I am not that fond of musicals. But I really enjoyed it and stayed awake through the whole thing. And I can tell you I was dog tired but it was really good. When it finished and we came out it was very clear that a lot of people hated it. There was a handful that really enjoyed it. On the buses, back to the hotel and off to bed. Tomorrow we do the hop on hop off ...
... t want to go so Richard took us back because he'd seen it before so mum, grandma and Pauline went. When went down to the sauna when they got back. Richard and Pauline went to a production we went to a restaurant called Casa Italiana I had ricotta and spinach ravioli and a slice of margarita pizza. Mum, Milan, Grandma and I went for a little walk and then we went back to the hotel mum and grandma watched The Heat and Milan and I made a fort out of blankets and pillows. It was ...
... eventually slaughtered on the battlefield (but more likely die from starvation), a Catholic hospital took as many children in their ward as they could, and faked injuries for each child. They would put casts on limbs so that German authorities would not find them useful to the war effort. In all, they saved over 120 children.
After passing the hospital, we came upon a square that had apparent significance to the war era. The fašade of the buildings were bit ...