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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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... sauce. The pastry was very soft and sweet, the sauce a little less so but delicious.
I passed another church on the way to Museum Island - St Mary’s with its tall green spire. One of Berlin’s most beautiful fountains - the Neptunbrunner - sits in the square in front of it and the towering silver tower of the Fernsehturm to the right. The line at the Pergamon was even longer than the last two times I visited, so I decided to see the Deutsche Historiches Museum ...
... couldnt do enough to help us, and also was delighted when we tried out our absolutely fantastic German skills on them...! It was also the cheapest place we have found to eat, and practical as the kitchen here isn't the most easy to cook in...! And that essentially concludes the day, and our time in Berlin, as we look forwards to moving on to Prague tomorrow, and use the time now to dowload maps and try and work out where we are supposed to go when we arrive there ...
... were banned because a lot of the property in the bunkers belonged to other people, not the tour company. It was interesting to see how small some is the rooms were and to imagine many people squeezed in, just waiting and waiting for the raid to be over. There were also a lot is remains left in various bunkers all over Germany that were displayed behind glass, so many gas masks, a baby gas capsule, guns, helmets and everyday things like shoes and ...
... the Hauptbahnhof building. We then travelled back through the city to the Topography of Terror, a museum that has exhibits about the Third Reich under Hitler and the events during the Second World War. The displays were difficult to read and look at, as the events were terrible, and much worse than I had ever imagined. There were images that I'd never seen before that really shocked me, and I realised just how little I'd realised before about how widespread ...
... so began the building of this huge church. Services are still held there today. Inside this church there are many smaller chapels along the outside walls each with their own huge stained glass windows. King Wenceslas has a chapel here but no one is allowed near it as there are real precious stones built into its walls, rubies, sapphires, diamonds. There is also a door with 7 locks, behind which the crown jewels are kept. The seven heads of state each have a key ad ...