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TravelPod Member ReviewsTom's Hotel Berlin
What a great place to stay. Very clean and spacious and also very modern. Great location and within a minutes walk to the metro. Great cafes and bars around as well. Staff were excellent
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Arrived in Berlin the afternoon before and did some local exploration and found a nice place to have a great meal. The next morning we were up and caught the train to Alexander PLaz for the Berlin Segway Tour. We only had a group of 6 people for the tour and our tour guide Kevin was a blast. Within 20 minutes we were so comfortable on the Segway …
... reading about the people who died trying to escape. Lots of pieces of the wall around the city turned into pieces of art. The one shown shows how round pipes were put on top of the wall so people couldn't grip the top to climb over. Potsdamer Platz is a modern development on what used to be a very bustling part of the city before it was bombed to bits in WWII. Open spaces and amazing architecture abound especially the Sony Centre. We were ...
... sun for nearly a couple hours enjoying the performances. Some people who went up to sing were really, really good, while others weren't. The crowd was having fun and being supportive. For us, this felt like a slice of Berlin. No two people in the crowd looked the same, nobody judged, and people were simply enjoying life. With two more Sundays for us in Berlin, I'm sure we'll be back to watch and definitely not sing!
... up for the day.
As we didn't have the boys with us, we decided to visit the Ka De We store, to look at their food hall. Even though I am not a great cook I love food halls – we have seen Harrods and Galleries Lafayette, so we were looking forward to this.
We caught the 200 bus from Alexanderplatz down to the western part of Berlin. First we went to see the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial ...
... our next visit to the next department. She told us that it was a difficult job working for the office for foreigners and as a result the staff were not very friendly. She had just experienced this with a friend if hers who was applying for a study visa a few weeks prior. Oh dear.. We then needed to extend our travel insurance to cover a year. Our current one expires in July, so we did this and then made rice paper rolls. ...