Comfort Hotel Weissensee
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... as fragments were missing during its reconstruction and fill materials were used. That said, it is still an amazing display.
Also at Pergamon is an Islamic Art Exhibit. The main interest point of the exhbit is the Mshatta facade, which forms part of an eary Islamic desert palace located south of Amman in present-day Jordan. The facade is displayed in this tiny room, behind glass and there was barely ...
... our stuff to take some and send them to us, and they kindly obliged! People are so nice when you're abroad. When they were ready to leave, we got out of the pool and took their seats. We relaxed at the place until a giant lightening store came up again out of nowhere and they shut the place down. We quickly changed and gathered our stuff, and then ran for the hills- the sand was whipping our legs, the raindrops grew fat, and we knew we needed to figure out where we were ...
... our hotel was going to be. Then, our bus dropped us off near the Brandenburg Gate and we began our walking tour.
The first stop of the walking tour was the Brandenburg gate. This gate is one of the most iconic symbols of Berlin and is used as a sign of peace and unity. During the Communist Era, the gate was inaccessible to the public as the Berlin Wall blocked it off. When the wall finally opened in 1989, the Gate served as a media hub and was the ...
... Phil and we had a really fun time hanging out just the three of us that night.
The next morning the weather had improved slightly (still a bit chilly but no rain) so we encouraged my Dad and brother to head out and take the same walking tour that Bree and I went on since we loved it so much. It was a TON of walking though and we knew that my Mom’s knees would not be up for that so we decided to take her on our own miniature tour of Berlin. We started by ...
... Hett were particularly impressed with the garden and the flowers. On the road again we walked down past the Arncliffe Arms to the River Esk and Beggars Bridge. The story goes that a humble pauper, Thomas Ferris was in love with the local landowner's daughter and had to cross the Esk to meet her secretly. He got the father to agree that he could marry the daughter, if he became rich and so went to sea with Drake, against the Spanish Armada. On the night he left, he was unable to meet ...