Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... freezing. My Florida blood doesn't help either though! Anyhow after that soak we found a grocery store. Tried a new yummy thing: pretzel rolls. I know it's not "new" but it's new to me and we loved it. Another yummy thing we had was bratwurst. Though, it is weird that they put a long looking hot dog on a tiny roll. I still can't get over it. Well all in all Berlin was eh. Nothing too exciting and the people were miserable. We couldn't get over how miserable everyone was No ...
... did have an area with information about the checkpoint and incidents that had happened in the vicinity which was quite informative and for some reason they also had something called "Charlie's beach", which had cocktails and deck chairs, not really sure what that was about or how it related to the checkpoint!
After we'd read all the information we walked to the nearby Topography of Terror, which is an open air museum located on ...
... expensive is it to live abroad? The simple truth is, it can cost as much as you want to spend. There are certainly locations that are going to be very expensive to live and to study, but on the other side of the spectrum, there are some location which are the same, or even cheaper then Kamloops. The price also has to factor in the program which you are partaking in. If you are taking a business related course, then you truly ...
... the ground is undulating. The memorial was inspired by a Jewish cemetery located in Prague but is meant for each individual’s own interpretation. Overall it is cold, dark, lonely and uncomfortable. There is a museum below the memorial with a room that is dedicated to remembering the 6 million Jewish people they have on record who were killed. There is a slideshow that projects each name, one at a time with the person’s biography onto a blank ...
We started the day with a quick trip on the U8 to the German History Museum. It's really well done, and very interesting. The second floor has history from the 300's, or so, up until the end of the First World War. The first floor has from the end of WWI to pretty much the present. Some amazing works of art, clothing, weapons, and history. They had the cape and suit that Napoleon wore at his coronation, beautiful workmanship. We spent over 2 ...