Arcadia Hotel Berlin
Travel Blogs from Berlin
... it - mainly because we were very hungover and it was dodgy servo curry wurst. It was much much better the second time around! Great start to our stop in Berlin.
The next morning we were off to reacquaint ourselves with the city with a fabulous walking tour. Our first time in Berlin we had the most amazing walking tour that just opened up the ...
... nicely with our €1.75 bottle of red wine (beer and wine here is super cheap, and can be drank in public) and of course the company of good friends. After dinner we took a walk and had some of the best ice cream I've ever had, strawberry with chocolate flakes in it. The night was complete, and we decided to get some rest for our trip to the Olympiastadion the following day.
We were really fortunate to have Alexis cook so much great food. I really take for granted ...
... as well as a lot of religious artifacts including many altars from churches that have been demolished in the past plus this was another interesting building as well.
After that we went across the river for a rest and watched some people ball-room dancing in the park and then walked along the river back towards our starting point in Alexander Platz. Got a cheap bite to eat at a cafe and looked in a couple of shops before heading home for a relatively early ...
... walked through the Neues Museum enjoying the excellent collection I realized I had reached museum overload. After nearly five months of visiting countless museums all over Europe, things were starting to blur. I was walking through rooms with impressive paintings and sculptures but I know I wasn’t registering everything. I suppose the timing was good since this was the last art museum we visited in our five months in Europe.
... around the history of the Berlin Wall. Once the self-guided tour is completed on the first two stories, the third level offers information regarding other struggles currently happening around the world, including Iraq and Syria. The museum as a whole is worth a stop if you’re near the city center and were interested in world war two (in fact, several stops we’ve had on our trip were very heavily impacted by this war – London, Paris, Amsterdam).
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed