ibis budget Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... meals to make 7 courses. It was way too much food as the signature dish was actually 3 dishes in one...but a delicious mistake nonetheless. The desserts were both a disappointment - while beautifully plated, they lacked sweetness and cohesiveness.
The the restaurant itself was interesting. Despite its 2-star rating, the waiters were dressed in jeans and sneakers. There was also a huge painting of garbage overlooking the whole restaurant, which was totally weird.
... In 1942 they were losing the war so the people in camps started having hope. Thinking if they could hand on a little longer it was almost over. They started working together to stay alive. Norwegian prisoners are racial equals because they have blonde hair and blue eyes. They could receive packages from home and share with other people. Hitler actually created the Volkswagen beetle. Hugo boss designed the nazis clothing. I am super glad I learned all that I did and i definitely have ...
... RV/small space, but at the same time, don't want to go back to normal life. Glad to get rid of the RV, but could definitely head to a city and stay in a hotel for a while! While cleaning, a family noticed our Canadian bags and came over to tell us they had family in Belleville. We chatted for while, Clay gave them some of our leftover food and charcoal and tried to teach them how to BBQ cause it took them two hours to make dinner tonight lol! There are definitely things we ...
... bins etc. We then hopped on our bikes and headed through the streets where we had an amazing dinner at a Vietnamese restaurant, so cheap and really tasty! We then biked home around midnight weaving our ways through the streets and you ring your bell to warn pedestrians you are coming though most streets have biking lanes. We all felt really safe even though there is so much traffic and we were in Germany's largest city with a population of over 3.3 million! ...
... to wait in queues (with lots of smoking going on, something our NZ noses and lungs aren't used to) to buy the tickets, and then crammed in to the bus to get into town. Unfortunately no free wifi at our hotel here, so just writing these blogs offline and will get them uploaded when we can. Tried out currywurst for lunch (sausages covered in tomato sauce with curry powder, along with chips), which is rather tasty. Visited the Brandenburg Tor (gate), which is ...