Gold Hotel am Wismarplatz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... and teachers, but we have our own building.) I am definitely the shortest person ever to play handball. Even the girls are much taller than me. Anyway, I hold my own, and although there is definitely a language barrier, the coach said that I preformed very well for a beginner.
The point of handball is simple. The game is played on a basketball size court and you try and throw the ball into a goal the size of a field hockey net. It is usually played 7 on 7 with ...
... 7am the next morning. And the adventure still continued since a bunch of us were homeless because our rooms weren’t ready yet. Luckily my friends (Angela, Giuditta, Karen and Aisling) let me hang out in their room. We all just rested a bit and then we later got ready after 2 hours to go explore the city.
So go read Saturday’s entry to find out about my first adventure in Berlin!! ...
... they actually were. They had very nice stacks and drinks. The Air Berlin plane was a propeller plane. We got to it by bus. The seats were like the ones used on NZ planes, quite comfortable. We were quite surprised with the service, the fact that there was some. A drinks service and a packet of chips. When we disembarked from the plane we got a big heart shaped chocolate to take with us. In the airport there was no immigration control ...
... helpfully explained the events as wells as showed footage from the time.
Our walk took us through the city to the Reichstag building and the Brandenburg gate. Both amazing sights. We walked through the gate and admired how huge it was and then headed to a memorial made to remember the Jews murdered throughout Europe. It is almost like a maze of different sized granite blocks which begin small and become very tall in the centre. The ...
... a lovely little market, so Berlin was looking up. After a fair walk we arrived at the Brandenburg gate, which you could barely see for tourist. Pretty incredible spot though, to think what happened there is almost unbelievable. Our feet were aching so we decided to get back on the train and home for the night. No big night out in Berlin for us!