City Guesthouse Pension Berlin
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... exit and then across the road. This was critically important as Berlin Hauptbahnhof is the biggest station in Europe and as other tour managers will know - the pressure is on when you arrive after a long journey late at night and everybody has various pieces of luggage to bring around. Luckily I had called ahead to make sure of the details :)
Anyway onto Berlin. It just so happened that the 1 day we were there clashed with the Berlin ...
... took the M41 bus for the Topography of Terror museum, which explains how the nazis came to power from 1932 through the end of the Holocaust and WWII in 1945 with fascinating details, images, and documents. I am like my father in that I like to read almost everything in the museum, so the boys decided to leave the girls to take a walk and explore for an extra 45 minutes while we continued reading in the museum. Michelle and I reflected on the evil nature of human beings, and were ...
... brethren. I feel very proud being a brother of AEPi and a part of their mission to bring Jewish brotherhood to college campus. It was exciting to see how the fraternity had expanded to the United Kingdom, Austria, and Israel.
The services at the conclave will be one of my favorite parts of my time abroad. Singing and dancing the same songs with brothers from all over the world was an incredible experience. Just like my services experience back in Berlin, it was amazing ...
... to say that we rode on a train that went underwater and we lived to talk about it! I’m sure it loses a little something for the thousands of commuters who make the trip weekly or even daily but it was pretty dang cool for us!
After making our way through a corner of France and the Brussels train station we arrived in Bruges and found ourselves once again staying just a block off the main town square in a great little hotel. Since we arrived in the ...
Being a bit of a nutter on ancient Egypt I had always wanted to see the painted limestone bust of Nefertiti and here she was, in all her glory. Her ears are a bit damaged but the colours are incredible given that she is 3300 years old. 'Nefer' means beautiful and is often used as a prefix for other Queen's names such as Nefertari, Ramesses II's wife. She currently resides in the Neues Museum on Museum Island in the middle of the River Spree. There are a number ...