Alecsa Hotel am Olympiastadion
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... had a massive rumble and let off some steam. Kati came over and instantly bonded with Ruby over fashion and they created some beautiful designs! Nick and I went out for dinner with Tom and Barbara in a seafood restaurant on a boat on the river Spree. Nice to have some kid free time and catch up on life in Tom and Barbara's world. Tom has a new job in Geneva and ...
... From my pictures, you d see that I have not been too keen on seeing places but those two days spent with their family taught me great lessons in Life.
... but I learned it was Germany Unification Day celebrations - even better!!
I got some sort of sangria beverage for about 4 Euro and it was very yummy. Later on I was getting a little bit peckish, so a bratwurst seemed fitting for the occasion and washing it down with a delicious caipirinha was fantastic. The live entertainment was really good too! I even heard “99 Red Balloons!”
I love how you can walk around on the streets with your cocktail, however, ...
... and from the inside, the space invites visitors to think beyond what they are seeing. The first part of the museum houses information from the Holocaust. There is a "Holocaust Tower" which is a space behind a loud creaky door with no windows. While inside the tower, we were able to hear traffic outside and people walking by, but we could not see anything but the tall grey walls of the tower all around us and a roof above. The architect also created a "Garden of Exile" which are ...
... For the final game against Argentina, I wanted to go to the "Fan Mile" at Brandenburger Gate. We had walked by this area a few times when games were not going on and it looked like it could be a fun spot to watch a match. It was literally a mile long road in the middle of a park with large TV screens and the odd beer and food vendor. I thought we'd have to get there early, so we aimed to arrive at about 6:30PM for a 9:00PM start. When we got off the subway, ...