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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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Wednesday July 29 Today was quite a day. The train ride to Berlin took about four and a half hours and got in around 430. I spoke with tourism information and loosely figured out where to go. Mistake number one. I jumped on the metro correct metro number but it was headed the wrong way. After sorting it out and heading back I arrived at the proper station. From here I had to go through about five locals I finally found which way I was supposed to go. Unfortunately I got ...
... much better). We got checked in and went up to our room. Well, we have stayed in some pretty nice places over the years but this one ranked among the top! Highly polished Cherry wood (and lots of it), glass, crystal, electronics, soft lighting, etc. etc. It was a near new hotel and felt almost like an example for how many cool and functional amenities can you get into a luxury room.
After resting a bit and getting caught up on ...
Germany is a big country, and pretty much land-locked, so we tended to enter and exit it a lot on our travels. I had hoped to do this more to France too, but France being stuck on the western side of Europe, linking Italy and Germany with Spain (and we never made it as far as Spain), we saw much less of France than i'd anticipated. For this blog, I'll write about our day trip to Freiburg, Munich and my second visit to Berlin, but keep in mind that ...
... they were really smart) Albert Einstein lectured there until things started to go bad for the Jews and America looked like a much better place. Kim informed us Humboldt university boasts 27 nobel prize winners. I didn't ask in what. Bebelplatz is also the place of the Nazi book burning of 1933. Any miscreant intellectual who had the audacity to write about peace, tolerance or democracy, had his books burned in this fire. Approximately 20,000 books went up in flames. ...
... frustration and confusion for those trying to better understand how something as horrific as the Holocaust could happen. It is difficult to comprehend what compelled some people to help those being persecuted, others to join the persecution, and the remainder to turn a blind eye. And if we wanted to, we could break this observation down further. There were those who sort of supported the Nazi party (fore example, someone who joins ...