Winters Hotel Berlin Mitte Am Gendarmenmarkt
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... bags or anything around with you, but it's actually quite nice not to be carrying things! I'll be honest, I wasn't terribly fussed by it, but Sam absolutely loved it.
On our last night there we were at the hotel but could hear a load of music playing and it was busy all around. It was the longest day of the year, but we discovered that there was a Red Bull festival called Fete de la musique on - which basically meant that DJs set up their decks in any local park ...
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... and some great conversations. We devided into two teams (Team Ken & Team Jah) Each Team was given a Clue to track down the next bar. We then had to beat the other teams time to win. Jah turned over our Clue it went like this: (Picture of an Amp) + L + (Male symobol) This was a password which would lead us to the next clue. The answer was Ampleman (The guy from the German traffic lights). We then got a sheet of laminated paper that contained our next clue. It was ...
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... does not get the visitors that most Berlin sites do, but I think it's just as important if not more important. The place housed the Senate of Berlin until 1993. But I was there because on June 26, 1963, less than three months before he was assassinated John F. Kennedy spoke on the steps of the Rathaus Schoneberg and let the West Berlin people know that the United States stood firmly with them in their struggles with the Soviet Union. He ...