Victor's Residenz Hotel Berlin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a 200m walk in crutches around another building as the taxi yet again dropped me off at the wrong entrance - and was at least given the good news that I could delay the surgery until I returned to Australia “if I wanted to”. No brainer as far as I was concerned. That afternoon I spoke to my travel insurers and the following morning they advised me I would be able to fly home on Saturday morning (the next day), business cl************* way. It was such a relief to know ...
... us think of Foster who would be performing this evening in Wittstock.
We feasted on a delicious dinner of Weinerschnitzel, Sauerbraten, and traditional German Black Pudding along with a glass of German wine. After dinner, we walked toward the Brandenburg Gate to see the World Cup festivities. We are so excited to be here in Europe during part of the World Cup 2014. It was fun to pass by all the open air restaurants with the tv tuned to the ...
... happening just half an hour after arriving back at the Roma Termini. We metro'd to the meeting spot to catch the English tour around the main structural icons of Rome. We saw the Colosseum, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, old Ruins of ancient Rome, passed by a few churches, and the Altare Della Patria.
Dinner was at a pizzeria called La Renalla. They served a variety of pizza's and charge per gram. So you just select the size you want, they cut it to ...
... for my visa application were both very nice. Pheewwww. Hope Paul has the same luck tomorrow! We then returned home, made lunch, had a nap, woke up, visited the post office, did some groceries, wrote the blog, fixed the record player and cooked dinner. I am sure this is so fascinating for you all. Don't worry, when we get our visas sorted, hopefully we will be doing a few more interesting things. For dinner, Paul ...
... ones that remained. I woke earlish and went down to grab some breakfast. I had planned to head out to the east side gallery (the famous artwork done on a section of the Berlin wall) and then see the old Stasi headquarters (east German secret police). Everyone was either asleep or not bothered to leave except Fi who joined me for the east side gallery. We caught the train out and strolled along looking at all the different graffiti artworks that had been completed along the ...