Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain
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... and cucumber. The prawns were good too, three in the serve and quite large.
Sunday August 23, 2015
Room 7013, Hilton Hotel, Berlin
Had breakfast in the Hilton's huge breakfast room just before it closed at 10.30 then walked across the road to Gendarmenmarkt. The Hop On Hop Off bus was leaving in five minutes so I bought a day ticket for 20 Euros.
Unlike all the other tours of this type that I've done up until now this one has a live commentary in both English ...
... Several people got off the bus we were there so long. Rather helpfully, the driver gave a reason for the stoppage - in German only - so we still had not freaking idea what was going on. One would think that on a tour bus, perhaps messages about current happenings would be given in a couple of languages??
Anyway it turns out that there are Egyptian people protesting against the Egyptian President Sisi, and saying that the European Union and the USA ...
... over the border, I noticed a lot of wind power farms. Each farm would have at least 10 wind mills, these Germans do love there renewable energy sources. The trip took about 4hrs, so I relaxed and watched a movie on my iPad, as I watched the landscape fly by. We arrived in Berlin on a wet and dark afternoon. After checking in, we dropped our bags off and headed down ...
... 8217;t do. Much to what happened in WWII when many Germans had bad feelings about the concentration camps but no one spoke up or tried to stop what was happening – one opinion. The original city gates of berlin are pretty amazing and right by these is the Hotel the Michael Jackson hung his child from the balcony with a blanket over his head- fits in with the history! We did a bit more looking around but in the end got too ...
... about it and before Nigel suggested going there, I thought it was in France! I wasn't expecting much from Bonn but it is actually a really nice city and I wished that we had more than an evening and a morning to explore it. There are some nice colourful classically European buildings and there is a really romantic feel to the place. Cycling appears to be very popular and there were lots of people cycling through the streets on old fashioned bikes with baskets on the front. I ...