ABACUS Tierpark Hotel
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... br> Throughout the years, there were around 5000 successful escape attempts to West Berlin. The ways of escape were many; long underground tunnels from one side to the other, hot air balloons, sliding along aerial wires or going through the sewers, to name a few. In the earlier
stages of the Berlin Wall, people could cross the wall by leaping out of apartment windows, but this was stopped when the wall was fortified and the ...
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Students sit on individual benches, low enough that it can serve as a desk if the student kneels on the floor.
Eva and one of her classmates demonstrated a type of movement/dancing called eurythmy.
We gathered in one classroom whose students had already gone home for the day.
The girls asked me a lot of questions about my mother.
And I had a lot of ...
... tried Berlin's famous pink French/German beer? It tasted like Emergen-C. Get it, if you're into that... As it suddenly turned from sunny skies to blustery wind and actual snow, we raced across town to get to the Brandenburg Gate for the start our "free" walking tour. New Europe tours are the best, 10/10! The tour took us to a lot of hotspots like Checkpoint Charlie, where Hitler shot himself, part of the wall, etc. all while ...
... comfortable. There is a Lidl down the street so we got lots of groceries. Because we have a kitchen were going to try and cook most of our meals rather then eat out. Czech Republic is part of the European Union but hasn't converted to the euro, they use the czech crown. 1 Canadian dollar is worth 20 czech crowns. It's pretty crazy looking at a grocery bill for 616 but it's really only $30. We ...
... sup> and early 20th centuries. It was incredible to be in a museum in Germany and learning so much about the ancient civilizations that inhabited modern day Turkey, Syria, Iraq and other places. The namesake of the museum is the Pergamon Altar which is housed in part in a large wing of the museum. The front section of the altar has been completely reconstructed from almost entirely original pieces and it depicts on it’s sides ...