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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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... from the East to the West crossing at the Brandenburg Gate, around the Reichstag, through the Holocaust Memorial and past the oldest bridge in Berlin were the city started. All that in only 6km. On Sunday after a long brunch with our new friends and with much sadness we bade them farewell with the reassurance that they will come and visit us in Australia in the next year. ...
... 1964 and 1976 winter Olympics was held. Not bad getting that honour twice in 12 years.
It wasn’t winter so we weren’t freezing our ***** off here. Our first introduction to the city though was these naked protestors wrapped up like chicken. Don’t know if their message hit the mark or not...
... at the Victory Monument, Hitler's secret bunker, the Brandenburg Gate and the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Our guide gave us loads of information at each site; this city really is rich with history. I wish I'd had come here a few years ago when I was studying Nazi Germany at school. After the tour we went back to find out more. The Topography of Terror provided an interesting but sobering insight into the activities of the Gestapo. We finished the ...
... and the history behind Berlin was incredible.
Lets start by reviewing why Berlin is a GAZILLION times better than that gross city Paris.
1) Berlin streets do not smell like pee and poop - All of Paris smells like pee.
2) In Berlin you aren't harassed every second by gypsies and angry Somalis trying to steal your money
3) Parisians are generally snobby jerks! Berliners are all super nice! (it may be because ...
... we had absolutely no idea where we were and the trains had stopped running for the night. We eventually found some people who told us a tram we could catch that would get us closer to our hotel as we were the other side of the city! Once we got off the tram we still had no idea where we were. After a little spew in a nearby skip (from the tram ride not the alcohol of course) we walked for what felt like forever until we finally found a taxi and made our ...