Ramada Hotel Berlin-Mitte
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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Today we said goodbye to Prague, and it's extremely good exchange rate and hello again to Germany, as we made our way to the German powerhouse of Berlin. Again we travelled by car from Prague to Berlin. The trip took a lil longer than the trip the other day, just seemed like the driving wanted to do the limit. As we were driving along, we walking the country side fly by. ...
We had to return the bikes by 11.30 so we took that opportunity to ride around for a little bit after we checked out of our hostel. We went to the flower markets which was pretty much a bunch if stalls selling tulip bulbs. We got some souvenirs and then headed for the bike shop. Walking around takes so much longer than riding! We walked ...
... br> A highlight of our visit was the DDR Museum. It's a touch and feel museum and shows life as it was in the former East Germany/East Berlin. Fantastic! One of the best museums we'd visited. Ruth and I got to sit in a Trabi car (Greg wasn't sure he would be able to get in as it was so small!). Lots of displays and things to do - it was definitely worth the visit.
Another more sobering museum we visited was the Jewish Museum. Well done and well setup (apart from trying to ...
... lying there on the ground. Turns out he was asleep, but having someone else there made me feel safe.
So I continued reading and let my racing heart get back in my chest.
Then I moved to another sunny spot. By this time, creepy dude was well out of my mind and I was enjoying the sun again.
I am not a huge reader, but this book – The Night Circus - is a wonderful book. I cannot describe it actually. ...
... it is incredible at bringing people together).
The Carnival of Cultures (at Hallesche Tor) is basically like a small festival in the UK, but perhaps even more diverse and certainly more relaxed. The food on offer was incredible (I had the best jerk chicken I have ever tasted) and had us salivating over each circuit of the site; open stages were everywhere playing pretty much every type of music you can think of and the atmosphere was great. Pretty soon we realised ...