Holiday Inn Express Berlin City Centre-West
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... Parliament. Architecture is a patchwork of very austere buildings of East Berlin, less austere West Berlin, 17-18th century grandeur and very modern. Gardens, parks and waterways are everywhere. A place of political and cultural interest The people; based only on our limited interaction were extremely positive. The few we met were optimistic, interested in the rest of the world, think life in the post wall Berlin is wonderful. The craziness of the Cold War was apparent ...
... suburbs growing up, I never felt quite a connection to where I was than when I lived in Baltimore last summer. The course put into words what I had felt over the summer and made me want to discover more.
Luckily for me, my semester in Germany will act as a continuation of my education in urban studies. Over the next 4 months, I will be immersed in a comparative city program with ...
... centre is home to 180 stores. We only managed to visit maybe 7 shops mainly because 1) we were tired, and 2) the stores were about to close (9pm). We decided on a simple dinner of kebabs and curry wurst. I must say, I kinda like the curry wurst. Doesn't seem that scary or disgusting! Training it back home, we encountered a gypsy and had a funny time trying to alert eachother to get to safety. We'll work on that during the trip :) Time for bed, Gute ...
... where a "doctor" waited. They were told to lean back against a wooden beam which looked like it was to measure the prisoner's height. As soon as the prisoner was leaning against the beam, they would be shot in the neck from a tiny hole in the beam. The room this took place in was right beside the gas chamber so it was built with two thick brick walls around it to ensure other prisoners didn't hear the noise of the gun. Taking a shower was similar as the prisoners believed they ...
... cabin with 6 chairs (3 chairs on each side of the walls facing one another). The chairs do not incline and there is no room to stretch out the legs comfortably. It wasn't absolutely terrible though. The people in our cabin were real friendly and interesting to talk to. Apparently the husband of the elderly couple did his undergrad in physics and then masters in geology. I cringed when he said he loved PDE's in university. The other two in our cabin were Hispanic and ...