Victor's Residenz Hotel Berlin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... provided by an amusing English guy. We passed a street lined with Cold War apartment buildings which he pointed out had no windows facing west! After a spin around Alexanderplatz we drove past the two oldest buildings in Berlin; the churches of St Nicholas and St Mary, both of which date from the 13th century.
We drove under some large bright pink pipes. Our guide explained that Berlin was built on a swamp and these were required to pump ground water out of a nearby ...
... das Dictator'. Hmmm. Traffic is stopped, there are police cars everywhere. There are police in riot gear. There are sirens wailing and people chanting. Finally the traffic begins to flow again and we start to move towards the parliament buildings (and there do seem to be alot of these in this city). Just near the large glass domed building (whose name escapes me ATM), the traffic was again stopped, and diverted. The bloody protesters are walking towards this ...
... the lobby, as we didn't have wifi in our rooms, but free wifi in the lobby. After checking in with the family, we made our way to Alexanderplatz. We found a place on TripAdvisor that looked again, and just our luck it was closed. It was around 4pm, and most places looked closed, so we found a place called Vapiano, a Italian joint with a twist. We ordered 2 pizzas and enjoyed ...
... tired by around 3pm we had to go back from a sleep. We woke up and then went for a walk along the eastside gallery (of the Berlin Wall) so much artwork along the entire wall its pretty cool and it was right around the corner from our hostel. We met with Bens friends George from uni and his girlfriend who have just moved to Berlin after their two year UK visa expired. They are liking it, however finding it a bit hard to set up things ...
... see us going back to explore more of the city. Next stop was Berlin. The train from Bonn to Berlin takes about 5 hours but the trains are really comfortable so it goes by pretty quickly. When we arrived in Berlin we had to navigate to our hotel on the S-bahn which is like their metro system. It was easy to use which is always a relief when you have an 18kg rucksack on your back! We only had a day to spend in Berlin so it was a bit of a whistle stop tour of the main ...