Ramada Hotel Berlin-Mitte
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
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... back to the hostel to get jake some dinner and would you believe it .... The first place that had gf actually listed on there menu!!! Safe to say we are eating here the rest of the trip :) Wednesday This morning we made a quick stop at another gf bakery to stock up on supplies!! Yum gf sandwiches, muffins, rolls & baguettes! Afterwards we head out ...
I met up with Nate around 10 at Alexanderplatz, and we spent most of the day seeing the top tourist sights. We started out at Alexanderplatz, with the Fernsehturm, and then found Unter den Linden. We passed Museuminsel there, and we walked down the entire street, which was not quite as pretty as I was expecting. I blame Karen for raising expectations - there were fewer trees than I imagined, and lots of construction blocking things like the Opera House. We saw Humbolt ...
... an envelope with 'Australia awaits you' written on it. He loved it so much and showed everyone. Anyway the crew at the restaurant all looked after us extremely well and we had such a great night, eating, talking, drinking wine, talking more and so on. We didn't end up leaving until after 11! It was so nice, and a place that I would definitely return to. It's a little pricey for Berlin (but completely average for places like Amsterdam). I ...
... and at only 7 euros per meal, it was our now struggling wallets, favourite too! That restaurant was just one of the dozen or so Asian style restaurants that seemed to dominate the cuisine over in Berlin... Very interesting (and tasty) indeed! We went up to the WomBar at the top level of our hostel that night to have as what Ben called a nightcap ;) Only to see one of our friends from Sail Croatia there! :) Richie ended up spending most of the next few days with us ...
... On its return in 1814, it was declared a symbol of victory, & the goddess received the staff bearing the Prussian eagle & the iron cross adorned with a laurel wreath. The Brandenburg Gate has borne witness to many of Berlin’s important events, from military parades to celebrations marking the birth of the Third Reich & Hitler’s ascent ...