DORMERO Hotel Brandenburger Hof Berlin
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... combatant of Anti-Semitism. There is always more that I can do to benefit my Jewish community.
I would like to thank DOJAS for giving me the opportunity to attend the AEPi European Conclave. The weekend allowed me to continue to explore my Jewish identity and aided in continuing my personal development.
Hindsight is obviously 20/20, but I should never have been worried about expressing my Judaism in Europe. The European Jewish community is welcoming, alive and thriving. ...
... to say that we rode on a train that went underwater and we lived to talk about it! I’m sure it loses a little something for the thousands of commuters who make the trip weekly or even daily but it was pretty dang cool for us!
After making our way through a corner of France and the Brussels train station we arrived in Bruges and found ourselves once again staying just a block off the main town square in a great little hotel. Since we arrived in the ...
... taxi driver, gives us direction of places to go see and our train station and gets us to the dorint. We drop our bags have a shower and head back to Ostkreuz. Get a beer from market. Walk the street looking around for a nice place to eat. Find a Mexican beer restaurant. Taster plate. Beer. Nachos. Head back to Aldershoff hotel for research. Day 2 Lateish start. Head to random central stop Stadtmitte. Starbucks. Expensive compared to Prague and ...
... visited & see many others. Thanks, Advent ! ;) We return to the hotel & high tale it upstairs to talk with the girls. Dave & I have been looking forward to this all day. They are super excited and we soak up every second talking with them. Man are we lucky for two amazing daughters *and* an incredible nanny / nanny's daughter (you're a dream, Nataly, thank you!). We head down for a cocktail in the Lobby bar before Dave goes to dinner & I adventure on to a ...
"Berlin ist arm, aber sexy." (Berlin is poor, but sexy.)
- Klaus Wowereit, Berlin's First Openly Gay Mayor, 2004
What struck me about Berlin was that its most profound history took place this century, within my lifetime. Its older, more traditional Prussian history seems secondary in the face of World War II and the Cold War. Such a stark difference from other European cities whose identities are based in history ...