Ramada Plaza Berlin City Centre Hotel & Suites
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Berlin was a two night, one day stay that was actually a layover after flying over from the U.S. and before taking the train to Warsaw. With only one day, we crammed in a lot! Being a retired history teacher, I was anxious to see what I had so often taught. Berlin did it right with the Berlin Wall. First as you drive on the streets where the wall …
... lovely smell of pizza - and so gave in and had a lovely meal there!
This morning we headed back to Potsdamer Platz after walking a little around the southern area of our suburb and headed across to the Tiergarten and wandered around there for a bit (squirrel siting!!) and managed, thankfully, to not get lost! The Tiergarten was developed in the early 1800s as a game hunting area for the rich and important. During ...
... a whim I was going home. In Glasgow it's relatively simple; bring your I.D, don't turn up in a massive group of lads, don't wear trainers, and don't be too ******. I could have changed, gone back and tried later, but **** them; I don't need their stinking best club in the world. Their sweet, sweet, best damn club in the world. I don't need it. I returned home and cried myself to sleep.
... then to the topography of terror which was once again sad…soo many photos and stories about the holocaust. They also had a large chuck of the wall still up there which was pretty cool to see.
From there I then went to Berlin Philharmonic and lined up to go inside. I had absolutely no idea what I was lining up for but it seemed to be a pretty cool attraction that was packed with people, therefore I lined up hehehe. The line ...
... Saraceno. This exhibition was really interesting, but the other parts were a bit hit and miss. There was a whole huge wing of architectural art, which mostly seemed like 'outsider art’ to me and we weren’t sure if the museum was displaying the works ironically or seriously. There was also some Andy Warhol which was cool, but the other ‘wall art’ was pretty out-there. One of the strangest exhibitions was this light and sound work by some crazy Japanese dude – ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRamada Plaza Berlin City Centre Hotel & Suites
Very nice hotel. Clean, great towels, and lots of wall plugs. Only down side was the shower - it had that semi glass/folding door that seems to allow water to flow onto the floor. The front desk was more than helpful and the breakfast was quite good.
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