Derag Livinghotel Henriette
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... church built in 1891, it was also badly damaged in a bombing in 1943. What remained was supposed to be destroyed to make room for a new church but the Berlin people protested & wanted the ruins integrated into the new building. So, a new building was built beside it & today they stand as a testament to the destruction of war.
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... laws offered me a place to stay in France after giving me advice on all the cities I was planning to visit. I couldn't contain my smiles and excitement, clapping my hands and holding my heart when we spoke about all the places I would see and the people I would meet. I came home, strolled through the house, sang a few songs, made some popcorn, gathered more for my bag, and finally sat with my mom and began to pack it.
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... and slightly concerned for our wellbeing) glances before slipping in our own headphones for the rest of the journey. I can happily say that we made it to Berlin alive though, and in about half the time Google maps suggested thanks to ol' mate Autobahn and its lax opinions on appropriate driving speeds.