Schlosshotel Im Grunewald
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
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... a guy comes up to the window, complete with squeegee and soapy water and asks if he can clean the windscreen. First thing Louise does is lock the doors of the van. Then she indicates no by shaking her head and waving her hands about. He is still coming towards the car, armed with water and a sponge. 'no no no' Louise says (perhaps yells might be a better description). Still the man comes closer to the van. He actually starts to clean the windows. By this ...
... casserole and of course, a beer. 15th October. Tristan flew in from Glasgow were he'd been visiting his friend Aidan who is recovering from an accident. It's been over three months since we've seen each other and it was so lovely to be together again. We three had planned to travel to Prague today however our plans were thwarted as upon arriving at Hauptbahnhof railway station we learned that a train drivers strike had stopped all journeys until the next morning. After ...
... to Belém to buy more custard tarts. As we are about to devour these treats on a park bench, a flock of knowing pigeons assemble at our feet. We finish off our fleeting but memorable love affair with Lisbon sipping wine by the kiosk at the Largo da St. Vincente. A sunlit snapshot of the city assembles below our table; tattered palm trees, sagging laundry lines. majestic churches, and the comings and goings of the port. Although soon "We'll take Berlin,"we are sorry to be leaving ...
Even though our time in Berlin was brief, I had a really good time and we were able to see many famous and historical structures. I found the city pretty easy to navigate and it was really cool to see a place that has so much history that I have read so much about. ...
... time. He seems to be keen to get some snaps for a souvenir.
i may have misjudged the InterNations group. After the tour through the art gallery I sat down with them for a beer and they turned out to be a pretty interesting bunch of people and by no means all that English oriented.
Besides the Russian speakers there was also a pretty interesting German speaking woman who lived in Barcelona and spoke Catalan plus a ...