Hotel Pension Elegia
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We get to stay in a hostel! I never thought that I would say this but it felt like a 5 star hotel! Our tour manager organised it so Ben and I had our own room and our own bathroom!!!! OMG The hostel was pretty cool too, with swimming pool, bar, restaurant, good washing facilities (the small things you appreciate after camping for so long. We arrived in berlin and went straight into a driving tour however we got caught up in a world ...
... information boards that show good pictures of the site back when it was the American-controlled crossing point East to West. After a relaxing coffee Samson and dad headed into the smallish Trabant museum. A very interesting collection of Trabant models including ones with tents on top. A interesting video that interviewed management of the now defunct Trabant company commenting on the fact the DDR government refused to fund further models of the Trabant. Engineers ...
... good as I was hoping =(.
I think I am allergic to my hostess's cat. I have the sniffles, puffy eyes, and am having a slightly itchy throat when the cat is around. Luckily it's not like this all the time. It seems to be on and off depending on how long he stays around.
We have to sleep earlier tonight since Dan has an appointment to sort out his Chinese Travel Visa documentation early tomorrow morning.
-- Ryan L.
... uneven design of the floor. As you walk around you become apart of the exhibition, you interact with the displays and most importantly you feel your way through it with your senses guiding. It's uneven floors and constrictive plain white walls transport you to somewhere terrifying and it's not hard to imagine the kind of fear millions of people felt when they were being transported like animals to the slaughter. You're confronted by uncertainty and made to feel small. The ...
... we saw the top end of a ferris wheel! After heading towards it we discovered a adventure carnival filled with amazing rides. It was so busy and crowded and the line for the ferris wheel looked like an hours wait so Carli opted to go on an old fashion merry-go-round with seats that swing out as there was no queue. Looked like fun but the rest of us was too full from the dinner to consider going on a ride.
We caught another tube one step closer to home ...