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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... which I think is UCL) - but at least very handy for the football!! (Sussex University is right next to the Amex....).
After cocktails we had a very nice, simple meal at one of the cafes on the square, and the girls left us to seek out a Jazz club near their flat in the centre. Liz and I went back to our flat for a cuppa!
Tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon we return to England....we seem to have been away for some time...
... width of your house, the less taxes you had to pay. Because of how tight the homes are, each house along the canals (And Amsterdam has more miles of canals than Venice), has a crane at the top of the building to bring heavy objects like pianos to higher floors.
The tour also highlighted the superb naming skills the Dutch possess. The oldest church is called, "Old Church." The second church built is called, "New Church." There are a few more examples ...
Trains are getting expensive in Europe. They're not able to compete with the cheap buses and low cost airlines. We found a bus that took us from Dresden to Berlin for 6 Euros each. That's 1/5 of a train ticket and it was slightly faster. I just read the other day that Germany is ending several of its classic overnight trains, including the Berlin to Amsterdam train. Nobody's taking them anymore! I'm glad we got our 2 overnighters in because it's ...
... suspect it's not really that hot outside. Earlier I was just tired and had on jeans and was ready for a break. We are just off the hopping street called Friedrichstrasse. It's supposedly the fancy shopping area. On my miserable trek earlier I recall seeing a Gucci and a Michael Kors and stuff like that. I'm ready to go explore and have my first German beer of many! Our hotel is really nice and our room is nice as well. John has gotten up and we're about to go see some sights. I'll be in ...
... written a hundred years earlier, that basically said if you burn books then ultimately you will burn people. Which was exactly what the Nazis did not even ten years later. There is a little memorial there, a glass window in the ground and you can see empty shelves. Anything that disagreed with Nazi ideology, or presented war in a negative light, was considered dangerous and to be burned. We saw Checkpoint Charlie, and saw a section of the Berlin Wall that remains standing. We went ...