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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
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... snubs, Churchill, in the middle of the meeting, after making decision after decision in a war context that saved their butts and prevented their annihilation, was unceremoniously voted out of office by his ungrateful countrymen and replaced in mid-race by Clement Attlee, whom Churchill had once described as “a sheep in sheep’s clothing.” Churchill’s impact to that point had been marginal, but he did save Greece ...
... of artwork. Some artists work was incredibly abstract where others weren't, some had humor while others had a darker feeling. All in all an excellent experience that I would recommend to anyone visiting Berlin, by the way its free !
Next I got back on the s-bahn to the center of town. By this point I really wanted to get out of the sun. I went to check out a highly recommended museum called the DDR museum. The DDR museum is focused on what life was like in east ...
... phone trying his hardest to get us onto a bus in the meantime I'm thinking one of us has to get to the train station really quickly so that we both get to the airport on time. Luckily the hotel took full responsibility for the mistake and put us into a taxi - $220 later we make it to the airport 3 hours before the flight. we decide that we lash out and have a very good breakfast to find most places did not open until 7.30, we found a cute little place if anything at the ...
... poetry readings, jam sessions, quiz nights, Ido lessons... What! Ido lessons?
For those that don't know Ido is an off-shoot of Esperanto with only a few hundred speakers - not counting me. I would have liked to have given the local club a bit of a surprise by turning up but the address given on the website didn't seem to make sense and the Ido Society website itself didn't instil much confidence as that hadn't been updated for over ...
... dating 5000 years ago plus.. So incredible and incomprehensible. Paul particularly liked the bronze exhibit. After this we visited the alte nationalgalerie which was incredible.. By far my favourite of the day. The building itself was so majestic with white walls, a marble staircase lined with a red carpet and works of art dating back to the early 19th and 20th centuries. There were a few sculptures but mainly paintings ...