Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre-West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... gate which has a deep history through the many significant periods of Berlin's recent history. We then walked through the Tiergarten to the Reichstag, the home to German Politics. From here it was to the very humbling Holocaust Memorial where we payed respect the the millions of people who lost their lives during those dark days. It consists of 2,711 concrete slabs and is very much up to the individual to draw your own meaning from the design. As with our last ...
... It was almost 2.00 in the afternoon and Harry and I hadn't gotten no where. Then Harry suggested we find a flight to Sydney from Berlin. Harry persisted with this idea and found the flight we were after. But it wasn't until 6.00 at night that we finalized the tickets for our departure from Berlin. We had spent the whole day trying to find flight back to Australia.
... city. Since we had arrived fairly late we opted for a quick dinner at the hotel that night and made the plan to explore the city in full the following day.
That next morning we decided to first explore the wonderful Gothic cathedral called York Minster that was located just next door to our hotel. York Minster is the second largest Gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and the architecture outside combined with the intricate details inside made for a very ...
... Again the facilities were in excellent condition (but back to no toilet paper and soap – strictly byo).
One of the campsite neighbours is "The Pavilion" and is regularly used for large shows. Saturday was no exception! Fortunately we got back late from our tramping around so we missed a large part of the electronic extravaganza. Anyway we were not let down - the thump, thump, boom – boom, repeat phrasing, followed by the just as regular stretch of silence, ...
Finally got around to going for a jog. Good way to see the neighbourhood. Looks a bit on the seedy side actually.
I had to have a beer in here to soak up some of the local atmosphere.
I think people were signing up at the conference today but I heard about an Esperanto games session at an ice cream parlour somewhere in Berlin. Surprisingly it ...