Winters Hotel Berlin Im Spiegelturm
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... of time we had allocated and then went to bed.
We woke up around 08:00 on Sunday morning and had breakfast at the hotel. This was by far one of the biggest breakfast bars we had both ever seen! There was a good range of breakfast choices but I especially loved the yoghurt with fresh berries and mango pieces.
After breakfast we caught the Underground train to Alexanderplatz to meet our tour guide for the bike tour. We noticed how clean ...
... a tomb. It's the most moving memorial I have ever witnessed.
One block away is Führerbunker, Hitler's headquarters, escape bunker, and the site of his suicide. His reinforced bunker still sits 70 feet below, but is filled with cement and is not accessible and covered by a parking lot. The site is marked by a simple sign describing the former buildings and a short story of the last days of the war. There are no markers to the ...
... found the Germans to be tough adversaries. Carmen was the winner this time, booking a small win while I suffered the loss. The ups and downs of poker can be extremely grueling, and even though we had made a good amount of money on our trip, we decided to focus our attention towards Inn and House Sitting.
While in Berlin we were getting offers to inn and house sit around ...
... prices. I got a giant pretzel with cheese for $1.50. But if you’re like my dad and you like beer Berlin is your deal. You get a half dozen Berliner Pilsner for $7.00. If you like snitzel and curry wurst Berlin is your place. I reckon they have the best on the planet.
If you like getting entertained you could go to some amazing restaurants with theatres. We saw a very funny show. If you like parks you would like Tiergarten. What about a ...
... bakery across from us or over the multicolored apartment blocks down the street. Our cultural experience of the city begins on our first night where Paul and I wander through a Christmas market with Josie who points out all the fried nuts and pastries that we aren't allowed to leave before trying--she says she is going to make us a list. We walk past the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag before ending up at a tourist hot spot, a restaurant where Oktoberfest never ends, where ...