Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... and a great view of the dome inside and out. So happy I that I was able to see this up close. Out to see the Olympic Stadium from the 1936 Olympics. After much controversy it was rejuvenated for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Even though I couldn't get into the stadium because of some event that night, it was quite impressive. The Nazis did everything on a big is better approach. Great day, perfect weather again. What more can one ask ...
... due to interference on the tracks, making us take a different route. From everything we've heard about Germany, we didn't think something like this could happen since the country is run extremely efficiently. We did not really mind the delay since we were able to inform our friend Chris who would be meeting us at the train station in Berlin and since we were able to receive some money back due to the delay. Overall though, our travel day ...
... or kill people...that did occur. It was not until 1941 that extermination camps began. Nazis wanted to have a slave labor force to make weapons and tanks so that is what they were used for in the beginning. They often worked outside the camp in other cities to do other works as well. I will not go into too much detail because most people are familiar with concentration camp atrocities (feel free to leave any questions in the comments if you want more detail). It was run ...
... around other Australians after travelling for four months. I put on my Swans shirt and we had a couple of Bundy and coke and toasted Goodesy, as Australian of the Year. VB was available, but I can't even bear it in Australia, so why would I drink it in Berlin. We had meat pies as well. After the rums and when we thought we had inflicted enough angst on the youngsters, whom I am sure didn't worry about us at all, we headed back to our flat in a merry ...
... which was incredible) and a drum soloist jamming it up with lightning moves. It really has a great atmosphere! As it began to rain more heavily and our tummies began to grumble, we decided to venture and find dinner. We were guided by Heidi who took us to a really delicious Indian restaurant in Prenzlauer Berg (yes I can slowly eat Indian food again dadette :-)) The food was delicious. I had a tofu and mushroom curry with rice and marc had ...