Savoy Hotel Berlin
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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... west before Berlin was reunified) before arriving at Checkpoint Charlie. Not a particularly impressive site today, being situation right in the middle of a busy street. Near this area is a part of the Berlin Wall.
The Brandenburg Gate is a mile or so west of the Checkpoint. This was constructed 1788-91, and is perhaps the monument most identified with Berlin.
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... holding our names on sign. "YES WE HAVE A RIDE WHICH MEANS WE MUST HAVE A BED!!!" See no need to worry��
Estrel hotel is the largest hotel in Germany. Its lovely. Reception staff must think im a demanding Aussie though.
I wanted a kettle and tea cups so i can have a cuppa during the night if I woke and then the pillow that was on the bed was terrible. I rang reception and asked for ...
This morning we started out with a fantastic walking tour of Berlin. Most of what we saw used to be easy Germany as the soviets wanted the best part of the city for themselves. It was occupied as recently as 1994. We start in Marks-Engels square (Colin Marks is the founder of communism) and his best friend are on a statue in the square. Berlin was founded on the river in 1237. The word Berlin comes from an old extinct Slovenia language meaning swamp. It doesn't ...
... from the USA won four gold medals as he was an afro-american. The stadium is now used for rock and pop concerts and also as the home ground for a major berlin soccer club.after extensive refurbishments conducted in 2006, the stadium now seats 70,000 spectators. There was some talk that they were going to demolish it, however as Berlin was awarded the 2006 FIFA football World Cup, the German government spent 350 million euros (600 million dollars) upgrading it. We did a tour of ...
... the the railway lines were these funny little houses, the type that you may find that hobbits lived in. These houses were surrounded with gardens. Veges by the look of things. People from the towns rent these plots so they put their green fingers to the test! Surely, they don't live in these "sheds" when they come to tend to their crops. You couldn't swing a cat in them!
Maddie, had also spotted several buildings that had dome ...