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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the main Unter den Linden boulevard, is a classical old 19th century building known as Die Neue Wache, the new guardhouse.
Inside is a huge stone room, lit only by a small circular skylight directly overhead.
In the center is a sculpture depicting a mother with her dead son.
There is also no shortage of Holocaust memorials.
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... collection of sculptures including many of the most well known greek gods and goddesses. Additionally upstairs in the museum there is a whole exhibit of Islamic art which is truly incredible. Needless to say after a couple hours in this museum we could see why it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the city even though it had so much competition.
Berlin was a wonderful city! While we were there we met so ...
... train heading to a trendy suburb of Berlin- no one had had lunch yet! I was STARVING... Once arriving, we were let go to have some lunch. Sarah, bettina, Nicole, Katie and I went to a nice restaurant where I had a beautiful refreshing chicken and watermelon salad. We then went to the Anne frank museum which was a really great experience and I am really keen to read the book once I get back to ...
... I was given an orange juice box, which was pretty cool. Looking out over Berlin, I could see a lot of farm land and windmills. I knew the city of Berlin would be busier than this, but theres something I love about being on airplanes and looking out thousands of feet in the air. I like seeing neighborhoods with little cars driving through them as if I am looking at a model Earth. Once we landed, the terminal in Berlin seemed very outdated. The bus felt like I had ...
... to keep it's population workable, to help with the war effort. It was chilling to walk down the same road political prisoners had taken, many to their deaths, and to pass through the heavy iron gates into the center of the camp. The gates read "work liberates" in german. It was emotionally exhausting and by the end JD and I were walking the mile back to the station in a type of coma. Our train back to berlin wouldn't arrive for another forty minutes ...