Amaryl City-Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... behind the Berlin Wall. The cross reminded them daily of God's love and faithfulness in the middle of challenging times.
The whole monument would not fit in one photograph, so I took a top and bottom picture. The Victory Column (German: Siegessaule) is a monument in Berlin, Germany. It was designed by Heinrich Strack, after 1864 to commemorate the Prussian victory in the ...
... stadium just around the corner from her house, so we headed there after dinner, along with hundreds of ridiculously excited Berliners. Olaf met us at the stadium once he finished work, and we also got to meet Izzy’s best friend Steffi who was really lovely. It was still bucketing down with rain on our way into the stadium, and of course I had to use the public toilets in there. Whilst standing in the rain. I was really lucky to meet two lovely girls who let me stand ...
... said this was to keep people calm so they didn't loose their work force. Another part was the killing chambers- some were shot in front of wood pillars, some gassed in a small chamber, and some tricked into thinking they were going to the doctor and stood up against a measuring stick and shot in the back of the neck with a poison bullet. Seeing the remains of the crematorium or the pathology house where minimal autopsies were preformed and bodies ...
... formed part of the old border with East Germany. There was a very old and popular beer garden where we spent the afternoon catching up and enjoying the view out over the lake. Although it started to rain, there were umbrellas to cover the tables so we didn't need to hurry. Afterwards we went home where Scott made a delicious dinner and we watched a popular German crime series on TV. Tomorrow I hope the weather will be more conducive to ...
... what it's like to be German.
I haven't seen the programme but from the review I read of it the programme itself is extremely superficial and the review itself was very childish.
It amazes me that for countries that are so close together, next to each other in many cases, Europeans seem to know very little about each other. They go and holiday in each other's countries but they might as well be Australians holidaying in Bali.