SORAT Hotel Ambassador Berlin
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Muy buena calidad precio, y en una buena zona de compras de Berlin
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... so popular that you need to make reservations, and show official ID, to see it.
Admission is free. We were even offered a free and ingenious audio system that streams information in various languages into our earphones depending on where we walked on one of the dome’s two ramps. One goes up to the top, the other serves visitors on their way back down to the base of the dome.
... to their parents who have instilled in them a love of languages. The children can speak fluent German, Finnish and English.
Olivia was our dedicated tour guide on Saturday and she did an excellent job in moving us around the city. Roy had the day with Anton and had the chance to go and watch a soccer game.
The history of Berlin is remarkable, in particular the ...
... from watching the sparrows looking for food and stealing it from one another. I put bits of cookie in my hand and they ate it from my hand. Gendermanmarkt is Berlins main square like Grand Place was Brussels. There was a very churches and restaurants but nothing overly special. I laid on a bench and listened to a saxophone player. We were falling asleep so onto the next thing, Charlottenburg Palace. It was built in the 1700s for King Fredrichs wife Charlotte. The gardens are ...
... fail. However after a pause, clearly for dramatic effective, she follows up saying that 3 days ago she registered us all and we would be stopping by for a tour tonight! I was so excited! There were cheers all over the bus.
We went in through two sets of security, had our passports checked, and filed into the lifts taking us to the top. We were given audio guides, and then allowed to walk up inside the glass dome. Along the way the audio guide stops ...
... also known as the Holocaust Memorial. It's all of these concrete blocks of different heights and angles. Then we stood over where Hitler's bunker was before it was bombed. It's next to a parking lot between two apartment buildings. Germany didn't want to recognize its location, and start having Nazi supporters come to the site. So, there is no sign or anything that says what was there. Next, we saw the Berlin Wall which is shorter and ...