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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 103 Berlin
Very welcoming hotel. Fantastic location, just a short walk from the S-Bahn and U-Bahn train networks as well as many restaurants, shops and even a shopping mall. My only fault for this hotel has to be the fact that the rooms were not cleaned during our stay as we could have done with new towels.
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... hat. Green Amplemann is walking with his arms up and a wearing good Communist attitude, saying "I'm happy here!" Red Amplemann is stopped in his tracks, cross-like and statue still, saying "I can't walk right now, and neither can you." In any case, he's adorable. Created on the Eastern side of Germany during the Cold War, when the wall fell, so, too, did Amplemann start disappearing. But now he appears here and there on both sides of Germany.
... My new classmates seemed nice and we were more or less at the same level in the language. Granted that I hadn't gotten to know them yet but I had the feeling that they weren't like my classmates in Vienna. After the class today, I suddenly missed my Vienna classmates so much it made me cry. I had the urge of going back and re-join them. They, as well as Vienna, had stolen my heart. It was like a first love whom you'd never forget. ...
... the dome, physically distorting the dome and even covering up the dome, but nothing helped. No matter what they did, they could NOT get rid of the cross.
The brilliant irony became known as "God's Vengeance" on the Communist. Instead of becoming the symbol of Communism's power and control, the East Berlin Television Tower put a secret smile of hope and encouragement on the faces of ...
... our hearts already heavy and our minds already saturated with new information about WWII and the Holocaust, we headed back to the Memorial for the Murdered Jews of Europe to see the museum underground. The first room of the museum took us through the history of progressive brutality and inhumane treatment of Jewish people in Europe. By the time we entered the second room full of letters and postcards sent from Jews all over Europe to their families and friends, I had trouble ...
... expected in Berlin whilst we are there. We arrived at the airport in plenty of time but because we were going with a cheap airline we really didn't want any hassle. One never knows! Our luggage quota went well. Luckily Baz ordered more otherwise we would not have made it through. We waited around the airport for our flight which was leaving in a few hours. We finally boarded and landed in Berlin in the afternoon - flight only taking ...