The Berlin Marriott is conveniently situated in the Potsdamer Platz area of the city centre close to many of Berlin’s most famous attractions including the Brandenburg Gate, The Reichstag building and the Holocaust Memorial. Continue reading Hotel Review: The Berlin Marriott
Having arrived in Beijing the previous day and ran around the Pearl Market buying as much fake crap as I could carry today was left clear to do what I’d been trying to do for a while, that is visit the Great Wall. Continue reading Mr Bell At The Great Wall Of China
East meets west in spectacular fashion in Hong Kong, from small beginnings as an opium port to todays financial powerhouse if there’s one thing you can say about the city is that it’s never boring. Love it or hate it, Hong Kong is somewhere that everybody should experience at least once in their lifetime. This visit I decided to concentrate on three of Hong Kong’s biggest attractions, keep reading to find out where I went and what I got up to on my day in Hong Kong. Continue reading Mr Bell’s Day In Hong Kong
Day two in Berlin and the weather was not on my side, it was pouring with rain when I opened the bedroom curtains. After a quick coffee and a little juggling around I decided to head off to the Topographie des Terrors as it was mostly inside. Continue reading Mr Bell’s Winter Weekend In Berlin Part 2
The East Side Gallery in Berlin is a one mile section of the Berlin Wall situated along Muhlenstrasse between Hauptbahnhof and Oberbaumbrucke. It’s basically a huge collection of graffiti art from 118 different artists from 21 countries. As far as I’m aware it’s the biggest section of the wall still standing. I think the pictures explain the idea better than any words can…I hope you enjoy them.
Berlin has been on my list of cities to visit for a long time and a couple of weeks ago I finally got the chance to go there. As the plane touched down at Tegel I was excited to see what the city had to offer, I wasn’t disappointed. Continue reading Mr Bell’s Winter Weekend In Berlin Part 1