Titanic Comfort Hotel Berlin Mitte
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Berlin is the only destination where I can say that I truly ran out of time to see everything. Every other destination, I would say that I sufficiently covered, but Berlin is so vast, it was an impossible task to get to everything. I guess that means I'll have to go back! It rained most of the day today (hence the lack of pictures), but I was still able to experience a few great things on my last day.
I had arranged for ...
... 8217;t know what 0.2l, 0.3l, and 0.5l meant until someone told me they use liters to measure their beer here. We then found a pub on the river where I had my first liter of beer; man is a liter a lot of beer! I finished that and then we went back to the hostel to finish up our long day.
That night nobody got any reasonable amount of sleep. The heat was unbearable the entire night, despite our 8 foot by 10 foot tall window in the room. This would be a ...
... of travelling! We are headed to Krakow, Poland tomorrow afternoon. We fly out around 5pm and should be in our hotel by 7:30pm. Mom and I were practicing our polish tonight, which is apparently the 3rd hardest language to learn. It was quite humorous. We laugh constantly and are enjoying each others company immensely. Unless we get stuck on a plane for numerous hours then we want to poke each others eyes out. LOL I hope everyone is happy and healthy back home. We miss ...
... br> We purchased a 72 hours Welcome Card which gives unlimited travel with travel zones A and B. The card cost 24.50EUR but comes with a massive book of discount vouchers which covers most of the main sights. We didn’t go ‘coupon crazy’ but most places we were going to visit did have a voucher and we got a decent discount… hey even HRC gave us a free desert! In total we nearly saved enough to pay for the card so basically got 3 days free transport.
... of an era that Germans today wish had never happened, but realize that trying to bury it would simply have it fester while exposing it to the world seems to bring a sense of healing both to the former oppressed and the oppressors.
The other piece of 20th century history that dominates the city is of course the Cold War, and specifically, The Wall. Of course we visited Checkpoint Charlie and snapped a few photos. ...