Enjoy Hotel Berlin City Messe
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... much the same. I have however noticed that the gardens appear well manicured and tidy. Many had veggie patches. We changed trains at Hamburg. We had about 40 min layover, but ended up being a bit less than that and time went very quickly. I really wouldn't want to be one one of the 5 min changeovers. Our train from Hamburg to Berlin was a new ICE train, which was very smooth and ...
... located the former SS and Gestapo headquarters. Opened to the public in May 2010, it features a section of the Berlin Wall (adjacent to the Topography of Terror site) which is the longest segment of the outer wall. Below this wall is a wide excavated trench showing the original building and lined with photo presentations of the era. The trench and ...
... no fried bread, as for me not being a breakfast sort I stuck with juice coffee and little toast spread with cheese. After breakfast it was back to the room to rug up again in the winter woollies to go exploring, to find out just where I was and what was on offer, exerting by the side door past Burger King I found myself in a huge plaza. There were hundreds of street performers, some good some bad and all bloody noisy, ok maybe hundreds was an a little over the top but there ...
... t have any accent when speaking English. Well at least that our ears could have. He tried to guess where we were from. Well where I was from and he said by the sounds my accent.. Canberra! Umm nope. Good try. I have never had anyone away to me before that's sound like I am from Canberra ?? We filled out the forms, paid the money and I start in November 11th - 5 days a week, 20 hours and homework. That is more than my university degree! I guess it is an intensive course.see ...
... boot! Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue, *****es! After quickly getting our fill of MGD, we moved on to Eschenbräu, a local brewpub with a cool, rustic aesthetic.
The next morning, we took a walking tour of the city (which, if you haven't noticed by the number of times we've done these in past cities, is a great way to see a lot in a compressed amount of time). We started at the Brandenburger Tor (Brandenberg Gate), which sat right on the border of East and ...