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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... indicated an S-Bahn nearby. Wherever there was public transport, nothing could faze me because I was relatively skilled at finding my way around a city with a metro map. Only problem was that there was no metro map in the station, nor was there a station master. Luckily I ķnew the suburb that I needed to go, which was called Wedding, and luckily a screen indicated that S41 could take me there.
Next, I needed to get a ticket. There was ...
So Mila again with another dramatic series of events. Lerats and I were waiting for our tram to arrive that actually turned out to be really late and we were complaining about waiting in the cold, when a fat homeless looking guy walked past across our tracks in a giant pink blanket and matching Pink striped socks. So I made a stupid comment like "well he's got the right idea, just wear a blanket In the freezing cold" then literally before our eyes he drops his pants and squats ...
... as well. River traffic is light with mostly tourist boats. As the sun began to set, we were decidedly cold. We had tea and cappichino on board and took one more look a the beautiful Dome Museum on Museum Island. We had dinner at the hotel restaurant. Bill had salmon over a homemade pasta and I had chicken with honey sauce and chili risotto. To start we had warmed avocado and mozzarella salad - excellent. Tomorrow we take the Hop On Hop Off Bus back to places we want to visit ...
... to the Berlin Historical Museum, which wasn't the greatest museum, but at the end there were two good movies that gave us a run down on Berlin history. Then we walked over to the Genarmenmarkt square where there are two lovely churches (one French and one German - but both almost identical. The French one was built for the Eugonots - sorry spelling - who fled France because they were Protestant. The German one was built three years after the French church, and is exactly one ...
... something else. The guy we were with decided to go back to the hostel and it was getting light by this point so after a long wait in a take away (but free chips because of it!) we decided to call it a night and begin the long walk back.
Running on little sleep checking out by 10 proved pretty chaotic but by some miracle we managed to be at the station with an hour to spare so got a Ditsch pizza to end our time in Berlin nicely before catching our train to ...