Hotel am Forum Steglitz
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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... sony center and visited a very interesting museum called "Filmhaus." It was filled to the brim with information on early 20th century german cinema and I thoroughly enjoyed all of it. We had some Australian lunch, because we're in Germany. (GROUND KANGAROO IS A POSSIBLE INGREDIENT.) We returned to the bus and visited a small clothing store where mom got some clothes and Ben got his friend some sunglasses. I bought an old Russian soldier's hat for a friend ...
... choc coated ginger bread, some other type of fried 'dough' thing which was TDF (didn't buy any) etc. We bought (after Carolyn and Russell convincing us), a warm apple juice drink which also had spices - very refreshing and warmed us up! I should have taken more photos of the stalls but had to take my gloves off each time and that was torture!! We finally settled on a German dinner of warm ham and potatoes (German style). We decided to miss the kale as it ...
... music on the radio. Since then we have treated the 2045 songs a bit of a mission to get through. Today that 2045th song played, none of us realised until there was suddenly silence... We took that moment to reflect on the good, the great and the utter **** we've had to listen to with a minimal skips. After that moment we were confused as to what to do now... So we just pushed shuffle again, this time there will be many many ...
... pick it up after the tour. Big exhale! Sure don't want to cause an incident because Shane was carrying a concealed weapon to the Reichstag. John probably wouldn't appreciate that call home! We entered through several other levels of security and then finally took an elevator to the top of the building - the dome designed by the British architect Norman Foster. The audio guide provided helped identifying the buildings and notable sights within ...
... centre - nothing expensive - and lunch was some fodder that required a ticket which could only be bought in advance. Luckily there was always the lobby to hang out in and being Germany they had beer on tap there. And I wasn't the only one with no food tickets so it worked out pretty well.
As for this bloke - I'm not sure. He always seems to be just talking about how to be a polyglot or interviewing ...