Amaryl City-Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Amaryl City-Hotel am Kurfuerstendamm Berlin
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... one knows who really was to blame for the blaze.
It wasn’t until East and West Germany were reunited that renovation began on the burnt remains of the building.
Now, the exterior looks like the original, proclaiming Dem Deutschen Volke (For the German People) above the entrance.
But on the roof is a modern addition: a spectacular glass dome open to the public. In fact, ...
... The sinister truth had to find its way to me: registration incomplete...oh no... what was I doing when I was supposed to sort this out? Oh yeah, worrying about exams in Spain. Okay, let's get this done. Tears, administration phone calls, more tears, more stress, and finally, joy after 5 days... all done! Place confirmed at Humboldt University of Berlin and a place to live. Of course, I had to meet the person who gave ...
We have spent a wonderful three days exploring what Berlin has to offer. Our hosts Meri and
Sammy Siren were very welcoming and immediately made us feel at home. Kate and Roy have made two new best friends in Olivia and Anton, both the girls got on extremely well and the boys forged a strong bond based on soccer and of course the Xbox. Olivia and Anton spoke excellent English and they are ...
... Gabriel got it in his mind that he next wanted to do the Communist Satellite countries. In Churchill’s definition these East European countries were known as the Iron Curtain countries, those countries coopted into the Soviet Russian sphere by Stalin around which an "iron curtain," snuffing out individual freedom, had been drawn. (See the Potsdam tavelogue for the particulars on that event.)
I said, we can’t go there; nobody goes there. Sure we ...
... crossing point area, volunteers would then divert the runners so spectators could cross to a middle point, then divert the runner the other way so the people could cross. The lawn of the Reichstag was serving as a athlete recovery zone so a perfect photo wasn't going to happen. *check into Hitler and nazi use of Reichstag. There were too many people so we moved onto the next site to see, Gendermanmarkt. Our trek there brought us past a subway so we had subs for second lunch. I ...