Hotel Am Anhalter Bahnhof
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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... must have been miserable. But I was too ****** off about the Holocaust to care.
The first time I really engaged with the Wall was several years ago, when I was in Washington D.C. for my cousin Emily's college graduation. My little cousins (who were about 11 and 9 at the time) and I went to the Newseum. The museum has on permanent display 8 concrete sections of the original wall, plus an East German ...
... to convey the city's devastating past. We ended the afternoon exploring the Berlin mall and the Alexanderplatz before navigating the city subway system alone to make it back to our hostel. Tonight will bring a visit to the local brewery as well as a night tour of the Reichstag dome to complete a day of adventure in the country's center of culture and ...
... Pergamon museum - it was amazing how they had reconstructed ancient cities and bought then back to life. The most impressive exhibits were the Pergamon Alter and the Ishtar Gate from Babylon. When I exited the museum I got my first rain for Europe - but never fear because I discovered Primark hahah. When I finally made it back to my hostel I realised very quickly I was in an interesting place. The dynamic of my room included - * a 19yr old American soldier stationed in Germany with ...
... the Daimler art collection and found it in the Haus Huth building, one that survived the bombing. It contained contemporary pieces as well as a number of examples of good functional domestic designs that cross over into art. The best piece was the clock, look closely and see where the second hand is. It doesn't rotate, the clock does. The hanging sculpture that looks like a pillow or folded envelope is actually made of wire. Wandering ...
... could lose his little toe because the fracture could cut blood flow to his toe . Anyhow we will see how he goes with the boot over the weekend it could well be like Boreno where he is in pain for a few days the boot helps with giving support and it just gets better and easier to walk each day. Apart from slowing us down and maybe putting a damper on how he is going to ride a bike (the lengths he will go to get out of bike riding) it will all be ...