Days Inn Berlin City South
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Guten Tag from Berlin!!!
It's so hard to cram all of the things I've seen in this amazing city into a one page entry, but I will try my hardest. Berlin is so rich in history as well as art and music. It’s an amazing and extremely busy city.
On the day we arrived I spent most of the afternoon figuring out how to get …
... stand looking place where the beer was sold and of course all the names of the drinks were in German, so I rolled the dice and asked for something, at this moment I still do not remember the name and probably couldn't order it again. It was smooth and sweet with a lemon wedge, whatever it was it worked for me. Exhausted at this point we decided it was time to go back. That was at 8pm.
Finally, laying in our 105 degree hostel room, the ...
15th March, I'm leaving India. Yes, India; the first part of my year abroad being in Spain and the second one in Germany left me a long enough holiday to explore this distant part of the world and spend some time with a relative that I'd never seen. After resting for 5 days, then it strikes me : Germany! I have to find a place to live and...oh...why have I not still heard anything from the University I was meant to go ...
... it was actually really fun, but afterwards we got cold because our pants got a little wet from the tubes. But we warmed up quickly once we started walking again trying to find a place for dinner. 60; We finally found a Thai restaurant thanks to Karen who spotted it out of nowhere and we went there because we couldn’t find any place we wanted to go to. The food was ...
... surrendered by killing himself with his wife by taking arsenic tablets and shot each other) all the powerful nations ended up in Berlin and they divided Germany up. French, British, American makes up west Germany an Russia took east Germany. America sent the most troops to Germany so west Germany became mostly American. Berlin was the capital and was seen as the prized possession and everyone wanted it. So they divided the city of Berlin again because everyone wanted a piece ...