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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... is dominated by the TV Tower with long queues outside waiting to buy a ride up to the top. This is the oldest part of Berlin the area where it was first settled, and from here the old churches and museums are easy to get to. It is also crowded with tourists and locals with lots of places for them to eat and to shop for souvenirs.
I was starting to feel the heat so I headed back to the U2 metro and was home in ...
... tacos and 1 euro shots of tequila. I needn't say more.
They covered it pretty well this time, I think. Happy to get on the plane and start the second leg of our adventure in Berlin. We didn't see too much between the airport and arriving at our apartment, but our accommodations here are huge and great. I googled something like "restaurants near me, highly rated" and almost immediately came across the Santa Maria Mexican Diner. Their website told me ...
Day 1 had us leaving Prague at 8.30am and arriving in Berlin at close to 2pm Again this journey was slightly marred by and accident involving a pedestrian and a train, thankfully on the other tracks but made for a sad start. With the amount of emergency services we only hope for the best. Once underway the weather played along and gave us clear weather and great views of the the Czech ...
... which was 4th generation. This meant it had steel throughout it and piping on the top. It was built in 1961 by East Berlin to keep the people out of the west. There were actually two walls; an inner and an outer wall Nd there were guard towers approximately every 150m. Each tower had two guards mostly to guard each other and they had to work in temperatures of -30 in the winter and 40 in the summer with no air conditioning or heating. Most of the guards were only 18 to ...
... for the croutons... Before we left Germany to travel east through the old Soviet Bloc countries, we decided a trip to Spandau was on the cards. What a gorgeous little town! We spent an afternoon walking around, taking in the sights as well as the customary beer tasting and pointe work... All in all, Western Europe has been a smorgasbord of delights, differing cultures and kebabs! What stands out the most is how much more expensive it is to live ...