Days Inn Berlin City South
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... was created in the mid 1700s for the Habsburg family at the request of a very special lady, Maria Theresa. We went on the Grand Tour that showed us 44 rooms where members of the Imperial Family worked, slept, had meetings, and ate. We were not allowed to take pictures, but I took some anyway. I will upload them soon. The rooms varied in size but all of them were extremely ornate. Some had many paintings while others had tapestries or mosaics. Some rooms were ornate just ...
... bit different to what you are use to.
Night two was a bit different. A pub-crawl in berlin left us stumbling our way through the city into various nightclubs and bars with free shots and drinks only to end up at a club called Matrix. This club was amazing and was one of the best clubs I went too on my whole 22day trip. The locals who were here and around this place were friendly, easy going and great to have a broken English chat to. You may ...
... nice, the teacher hilarious and my brain is being used in a way it hasn't really had a chance to before.. Well since I was small. I also realised that the spelling of the above words are not correct, it's the German way of spelling them, that's why. After class I met up with a guy at Brandenburg gate from Free Stuff Berlin. I give him a whole lot of drinking glasses from Specky's boxes. He was happy to receive them. I really like ...
So what did we do, you ask? Well, our site coordinator Heike set up a walking tour for us so we could visit some of the best known areas of Berlin, including the tourist sites (of course). Along the way we were able to visit the Berliner Dom (Dome or cathedral), the Brandenburg Gate, and parts of the Berlin Wall. We were also able to see memorials dedicated to not only Jewish victims, but victims of tyranny as well (set during ...
... lunch, and sitting down would have wasted too much time. We came across a canoeing competition in a canal up the centre of a street, with music, stalls, TV cameras, food etc, so had coffee and kuchen so we could eat on the move.
Saw Nikolai Kirche church, very much like St Paul's Cathedral, and the Brandenburg Gate (the smaller Potsdam version). Our final tour was to the Cecilienhof Schloss, the site of the signing of the Potsdam agreement ...