Hotel am Forum Steglitz
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... 26159 ;紀念被納౸ 9;逼害的同ö 15;戀者。紀 565;碑中心播 5918;著兩名男 21516;志被處決& #21069;的擁吻， 甚是感動。 ;想想所謂ா 4;性戀當中ä 10;少常存有 859;，感覺淡 ...
... by the British architect, Norman Foster. The centre of German government since the capital was moved back here from Bonn in 1999, one of the “perks” of our trip was a guided visit to the dome and dinner just below it. This building more than any other symbolizes the rise, fall and rebirth of Germany from the late 18th century until today. Opposite is the Chancellery – the offices of the German Chancellor which we also get to visit for one of our ...
... influence the way we live to day. The idea that form and function should show no difference comes in part from the Bauhaus. Items designed show no ornamentation and are entirely functional. They have clean and clear lines of form, and show a simplicity and clarity of purpose that marks them from previous aesthetic influences. Personally - I love it!! But the Nazis didn't calling it degenerate art and so the School closed in 1933. The main teachers and students mostly left ...
I stayed on Karl-Liebknect Strass in Alexanderplatz for five nights, it was a great location, so central. I enjoyed wandering around this lively square where the Worldtime Clock and imposing TV Tower are, a good reference point for finding my way home day and night. In the evening I wandered along the boardwalk and watched people enjoying themselves at the bars and restaurants. I listened to several buskers under ...
... was a very sombre but educational tour.
Feeling brave Fi and I headed to the area of town where the riots were held. We were told there would be a carnival. Instead we found fashion crimes, thousands of people over the rubbish-strewn streets, punk music on stages, a few parents with young children and plenty of beer. It is hard to describe the atmosphere - people looked like they were partying but were not smiling or joking around. Perhaps that's a ...