Flair Hotel Riehmers Hofgarten
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... it was decided to have a memorial site that would symbolise the 'victory of fascism over ant-fascism' because again, self-agrandisment was big for the soviets. The monument has the red triangles of political prisoners' uniforms but no mention of anyone else. Prisoners of the Nazis who returned comment not on the lack of buildings there now, but the lack of smell, terror and fear. Could go on but shouldn't have to. No one vomited and only a couple of ...
... a guy comes up to the window, complete with squeegee and soapy water and asks if he can clean the windscreen. First thing Louise does is lock the doors of the van. Then she indicates no by shaking her head and waving her hands about. He is still coming towards the car, armed with water and a sponge. 'no no no' Louise says (perhaps yells might be a better description). Still the man comes closer to the van. He actually starts to clean the windows. By this ...
... that where it is alleged Hitler committed suicide -visiting checkpoint Charlie -visiting the site of the book burning -making a new random friend. I met a girl named Liz from New York. She was travelling by herself for the first time before going home to her job as a nurse. By the time the tour ended, it was almost 7pm and it was cold and raining. However, we were determined to shop! So we caught the bus to Alexanderplatz, where ...
... from Czech, Coffger, spoke a lot about knowing who you are and where you come from. He spoke a lot about how it's impossible to know who you are when the countries were combined. The older people in Czech look back on their times of communism and actually prefer it. It is part of the EU now but they are not strong enough economy to join in the euro. Another small place, czechy kromnoff, is another small place that people like to visit. Beer is cheaper than water. 10.5 million in the ...
... police cheering people on, cars with people on top of them, hanging out of windows and lamborgini's and ferrari's racing through the streets. With girls screaming out of the roofs of cars, I required an appropriate sentence to shout at them...Promtly Izzy taught me my favorite German phrase...
“zeigen Sie mir Ihre Brüste” which translates roughly to “show me your breasts!”