Mercure Hotel Chateau
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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... but Alana (the local, go figure) and Leany got the flick. Not much we could do but drink extra in their memory!
The next day we ticked off an item that everyone needs to do. Maybe not high on the list but definitely heaps of fun. It was the Beer Bike Berlin, which is one of those bikes that is also a bar. There were only 7 of us but we convinced 6 british peeps from our hostel to get involved as well. It started off pretty tame as we were all sober but as we continued it ...
... East and West Germany. Along the way there were countless monuments to its history and the reunification of East and West. Tracing the wall's track took us to the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Potsdamer Platz, memorials to those killed trying to defect from East to West, and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. The Memorial to the Murdered Jews consists of the Field of Stelae, a stunning mosaic of 2,711 concrete blocks of ...
... we stopped at the KaDeWe shopping centre. Berlin’s most famous trademark department store, KaDeWe (Kaufhaus des Westens) – or department store of the West has over 60,000sqm, the equivalent of nine football fields, 380,000 articles, 40,000 visitors a day, this is the legendary, largest department store on the continent. It is 7 floors high, with restaurants on the top floor, it is like Sears on steroids!
Then it was back to the hotel to pack and get ready to leave for ...
... customers inside. The owner told us that they had stopped serving food, so plans for a bowl of soup were moth-balled but he agreed that we would be alright for coffees and cakes. Julie wasn’t interested in cakes, though and the one that was brought out for me, although quite nice was not the one that I’d ordered. We paid and then took a long tube journey back to the hotel.
Our next objective was "Dinner for One". I wrote about this peculiar and ...
A 12:30 train gave us the opportunity for an easy start so we did just that and had a late-ish breakfast before checking out around 11:30 to walk to the Berlin Zoo train to the main station for the direct train to Frankfurt.
We arrived with plenty of time so did some final Berlin-based souvenir shopping before heading to the platform.
About 5 minutes before the train was due an announcement was made saying the train had been cancelled and ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed