Ellington Hotel Berlin
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Hello everyone! Hope you are all well!
So, as I mentioned last time, Germany is keeping me busy! This weekend was the trip to Berlin.
On Friday morning we met at the University and took a coach for 5 hours to the German capital. In the afternoon we went into the centre and had a scavenger hunt. You will be pleased to know that my team …
... gestures helped and my tenses were definitely wrong. Ah well.
To start we headed around Museum island though couldn't really afford to go in them. But they're incredible buildings. They're also right next to the Berlin cathedral which is magnificent. Afterwards we headed down Unter Den Linden, a famous boulevard which used to link the Brandenburg Tor to the Prussian Palace. At the end, obviously we got to the Brandenburg gate. That's pretty awesome ...
... of the people that was supposed to be turning up was Richard Simcott, a pretty famous YouTube polyglot who speaks about ten languages but extremely well.
Anyway, the message implied that time was of the essence so I should make a quick decision whether I'd be turning up. I answered in the affirmative but got no reply so I decided I could either sit and wait for a reply that might never come or I could just turn up at the restaurant.
It was at ...
... they planned and built it all. I wish we had something like this in Atlanta. Everyone here can easily get where they need by either walking or taking public transportation although there are still many cars on the road here as well. But without the tram system I have no idea how they could possibly handle all the traffic.
With transit tackled, I first headed to Reichstag. This dome is free to ...