Hotel am Forum Steglitz
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On the weekend of Dec 5-7 a group of 37 Erasmus students including myself decided to undertake a journey to the historical city of Berlin.
Yes i wanted to make the opening sentence captivating because well, theres no easy way for me to describe my incredible experience in Berlin and it deserves a captivating opening sentence.
After having planned this trip for a few weeks beforehand, the day finally came when we all gathered together at ...
... up with two t-shirts, a singlet and shorts. I picked them out because of course I have fabulous fashion sense, darling. Ha you can tell I’m sleep deprived writing this.
Our last stop for the day was Izzy’s handball team’s training session. They were scarily good haha. I haven’t watched a lot of handball, so it was great seeing how they train and then put their skills into a game. We even had a throw around with a handball…I learnt ...
... minutes after our reservation time and were escorted into security. As we were picking up our items (and after I was once again, heavily patted down due to my new hip) we were called aside and asked about the knife in our bag. After a moment of panic, I realized we had packed a pocket knife in our small backpack if we were out and about and needed a bottle opener or corkscrew. Fortunately, the guards just placed the knife in a small bag and told ...
... point is seemingly used as a Truckers' car park. How the wheels of time keep turning...
We couldn't resist popping into Magdeburg en route. It still felt vaguely naughty and even a bit daring. From the main road, Magdeburg announces itself with its dreary skyline of brutalist communist housing blocks, which we drove through after getting a bit lost.These brutalist communist housing blocks still seem rather harsh, and folk seemed more than usually surprised to see Red, ...
... have gone to great lengths to detail the history of their city, which I was enormously impressed by. There's almost too much information to take in but I found some great stuff that I had no idea had ever happened, such as a photograph of the tense standoff between the US and the Soviets 1961 after an American solider was denied entry to the Soviet sector (apparently a condition of the border being in place). This culminated in a couple of days where US and Soviet tanks ...