Romantik Hotel Alte Forsterei
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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What a lovely day. With Wencke as our chauffeur , we took a step back in time. We first travelled to the location where mum was born. We saw her birth place and the route she walked to school - rail, hail or minus 20degrees. Coffee and cake was had at the cafe which was the meeting place of mums parents. Next we travelled to the house she lived for many years with her parents. With a resident just returning home when we got there, mum had a chat and he invited us through ...
... It's an event that only takes place once a year in Berlin and you pay just 10 euros for a ticket. The ticket gives you admission into about 20 Museums and they are open until 2 in the morning. Unfortunately, it is impossible to see all of them in one night and we got pretty worn out fast. We made it to three museums and I want to visit the other ones some other time. We went to the Altes Museum which had ...
... it wasn’t anywhere to go inside and tour, I checked my map for the location of the nearest place which would be the Neues Palais. In checking my map, I noted that I couldn’t find my Tageskarte (Day Ticket) that provided admission to all of the areas in the Park. I knew that I had it when I left the Orangerieschloss, so I thought that I must have pulled it out of my pocket when I checked my map on the way to Drachenhaus. Since I had to ...
... the street the Gate is on has a TON of museums. Now I know what people were talking about when saying you'd need at least a week to see everything. I took pictures of from the outside while I waited for everything to open at 10. Oh, and to you west coast people, even Berlin has a Dunkin Donuts. Went to the Holocaust Memorial first. It's difficult to hold back tears reading and listening to the stories. One 12yo girl wrote to her mother saying that she was going to be ...
... 8217;s office and Ulrike’s day care center. All of the children entertained Iris & I with trying out the English they had learned in school, even if it was just a poem or “Nice to meet you.”
Later in the evening Liebgard took us to the park that includes the Cecilienhof, now a hotel. It was where Russians, British, and Americans met to divide up Germany at the end of the war. This is where the Potsdam treaty was ...