Rheinsberg Am See Hotel
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... Gate (heavily influenced by French architecture- in an area known as Pariser Platz), the nearby German Federal Parliament- Reichstag, a number of memorials to the fallen- including the incredibly powerful Jewish Holocaust Memorial- as well as more lighthearted moments at the Zoologischer Garten (Berlin Zoo) and drinking beer and eating currywurst sausages at a nearby bier garten. Our apartment- a palatial 19th Century place on ...
... their warm hospitality was abused, resulting, depressingly so, in the crude theft of Ethan's milka bar.
The Victory Column and Brandemburg Gate I'll admit were dominating and overwhelming structures which confirmed this city's history of national power, yet, while visiting the Jewish cemetery shortly afterwards, I was reminded more of the city's history of national oppression. The cemetery's contemporary design, as I strolled ...
... trust and goodwill. We had lunch at the mediterranean place that they had lunch the other day. Nadzha´s stomach didn´t agree with the food the last time she ate there. Personally I just thought it was her stomach, so we went ahead and ordered our meals. I ordered a chicken kebab but the open one I think it´s a shawama, I´m not too sure. Rita ordered a falafel meal and I don´t recall what she ...
... as the weather was stunning and we could use some fresh air after breathing all the stale airplane air. Enter next obsession, the smell of these trees that were just inches above our heads, I have no idea what they were and I am not sure if it was jet lag, but it was the most beautiful smell that had ever entered my nose. Each time we would hop on or off, or enter into a large grouping of the trees and I would get a whiff, I would look at Joe and say, ...
... of bread with chilli sauce, mustard and meat. It is rather delicious and a must try! Berlin has the highest population of turkish people outside of Turkey itself, just so you know why a kebab is a famous german food.
Curry wurst is their other claim to fame in the food department. It is basically a dish with a thick sausage and curry sauce dripped over it. This was okay, not something to write home about (clearly it is as that is what I am doing right now.) It ...
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