Andel's Hotel Berlin
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Flying to Europe is so easy compared with getting to Thailand or Japan. The first flight, from Boston to Amsterdam, took only six hours; our flight was delayed fifteen minutes because there were such strong tailwinds that we would have arrived too early if we had left on time!
So here I am in Berlin, staying in a hotel that was in the …
... br> Take, for example, the Hackesche Höfe: a series of eight interconnecting courtyards. You go through a dark archway and emerge in a beautifully decorated Art Nouveau enclosure. It feels like you've stumbled on a hidden treasure. Or you've stepped back into the early 20th century.
Next door is another courtyard. This one is filled with wall art and graffiti and cool girls smoking cigarettes. This is actually the Berlin I ...
... The topography of terror". Once again, the photographs and information in here was so terrible. Photographs and information relating to all sorts of atrocities. We visited this on our last day and I was just about starting to feel like I'd seen enough. It's frightening. Are we going to live through a similar experience again? Unfortunately I think it's no doubt inevitable, especially when you consider the events of the world in recent times with ...
... to get a taste of the culture. It was also in one of the oldest districts in Berlin, so adding the history made it all the better. Some people in our group are vegetarians and have dietary restrictions, but the restaurant said they never received them. Salman said that Germany is the worst at understanding dietary restrictions and you have to be pretty darn clear with them. Once I got my food, I kind of wished I would have said I was a vegetarian. The servers ...
... 8217;t been to the city since January of 1990; only 2 months after the Berlin Wall “fell.” I have a picture of myself standing on top of the Berlin Wall in front of the Brandenburg Gate, looking like a ridiculous teenager and wearing a shocking late 1980’s-style green and white jacket. What was my mother thinking, letting me out of the house looking like that? And even better, in my fabulous historical photograph which can never be repeated ...