ABACUS Tierpark Hotel
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Jokes apart, it was a smooth flight to Berlin and I slept through the journey considering I had not slept the previous night. As soon as I reached the conveyor belt to collect my luggage, I saw familiar ...
... have been my Mum and Dad on the other side.
It was freezing cold so we went back to the hotel and had dinner. We went for a swim and there was a little girl that was playing with us in the pool. It was awesome staying up late.
The next morning we went for a walk around the city and saw lots of big buildings. Then we got on the train to Prague. We were in our own cabin and you get to pull the chair down and ...
... allow the people freedom to emigrate. From there we got a glimpse of the Reichstag building (parliament) and Nike statue in the Tiergarten park. From there we walked to the Holocaust Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. It was a bit odd to look at because it appears to be just a bunch of concrete slabs in central Berlin, which it pretty much is. The really cool part about the memorial comes from walking through it. Because it is not on label ground, ...
Finally got around to going for a jog. Good way to see the neighbourhood. Looks a bit on the seedy side actually.
I had to have a beer in here to soak up some of the local atmosphere.
I think people were signing up at the conference today but I heard about an Esperanto games session at an ice cream parlour somewhere in Berlin. Surprisingly it ...
... old, ill, able or challenged can visit this place and come away with a good feeling inside. It was truly something to experience.
We loved France. We loved the cycling in the region of Provence near Vaison-la-Romaine. Tiny medieval villages at the tops of the hills. Some of the prettiest villages we have ever seen. We loved the life and the exuberance of the people. And the food and the wine. AHHHH France!
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