anatoly

we will be in Berlin only after 3p.m. and will be flying next morning to USA. Would you recommed any HOTEL , tour or anything we can do .

WE WOULD LIKE IF SOMEONE CAN PICK US UP AT THE AIRPORT ,SHOW THE CITY, BRING TO THE HOTEL, TAKE BACK TO THE AIRPORT NEXT MORNING.

arriving may 10, at 3p.m. departure next morning at 8a.m.
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Deleted User 12 марта 2013
It depends on which airport you are arriving at and leaving from. If it's Tegel, I suggest you pick up a hotel close to the airport (note that flights into the U.S. require extra time), take a taxi to the Ku-damm, walk around, stroll along Unterdenlinden, and go bed. You really can't do much in a few hours. You'll be out of the airport by five, and you'll have to be up next morning at 5.

If you fly into Schonefelde. I wouldn't even bother - too far.
anatoly
we will arrive to Tigel airport at 2p.m. and will leave Berlin next morning from Tigel at 10a.m.

Maybe we can see more in Berlin ?

Anyway thank you for your information. If you ever come to Chicago , we would like to meet you
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Deleted User 13 марта 2013
Well, if I were you I would've look up a simple hotel near TXL, go there right after you clear customs, check in, drop luggage, hail a cab (or just take a cab from the a/p to the hotel and have him wait for you), and then go towards the Brandenburg Gate. Now, let's say you are off your hotel at 4. If you are into such things, you can go directly to the Pergamon Museum, by my taste it is the #1 museum in Berlin. It closes at 6 sharp, but you will have an hour to 1.5 h, enough to get the gist. After that you can just walk along the Unter den Linden towards the Brandenburger Tor, it is less than a mile, and a nice stroll. Near the Tor you have a choice of sights: the famous Holocaust memorial to the South (I do not like it), Reichstag to the North, and Tiergarten to the West.

On your way, spend some time at a Konditorei. I am not a big fan of Germna cuisine, but their deserts are second to none. My favorite is Schwarzwalderkirschentorte. You can buy its namesake in the U.S. but it's a lame iimitation.

In the evening, if you want to burn some money and have a really fancy night out, you can go to the Charlottenburg palace for their "Konzert-Dinner", www.concerts-berlin.com/. You will have to shell out close to 80-90 euro per person, but it will make a lasting impression.
anatoly
thank you, we"ll try to make the best out of it.

We're impressed with your knoledge
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Deleted User 14 марта 2013
I lived in Germany for nearly 5 years, and also I have been fortunate to visit over 50 countries worldwide.

I do not know how to write privately in this fforum, otherwise I would've given you my phone number and share more of my memories.
anatoly
Спасибо ,постараемся воспользоваться информацией. Мой емайл ambarskyster@ gmail.com
Aneginn
I think part of Berlin wall is the really exciting view. It can be destroyed any time. Friedrichshain distinct, East Side Gallery. 1306 metres of history. You can walk from Ostbahnhof. And you can see it late in night.
anatoly
Спасибо огромное
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