Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East-Prenzlauer Allee
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they showcase their innovativeness in the way of energy efficiency by having the landscape littered with wind-turbines which generate green electricity. Eric told me that Australians don't want them as they are apparently an "eye-sore" (totally disagree) and that they might kill wildlife if birds fly into them haha. Europe is the place for moving forward towards energy efficiency. ...
... Therefore, as soon as I realized I would be in the neighborhood during the celebrations, I knew that I had to be there.
To get to the city I hitchhiked, still my preferred method of travel, and extremely efficient if you do it carefully. I left my house early on Thursday morning, and I was in the city center by 3:30 in the afternoon, thanks to the lovely West-East German Autobahn, which ferries almost all traffic between The Netherlands ...
Wenke is arranging best prices and connections for our train trip with her friend at the railway. Weather in warm and sunny yesterday and thunderstorms and rain with dramatic drop in temperature today. Will see Holger tomorrow. Looking forward to my daughters coming ...
... and WW2 from the French, and obviously we have personal ties there too, London with the Blitz and all the innocent and uniformed men and women that were killed fighting for king and country. To Copenhagen where we learnt the story of occupied Denmark, the contrast in the resistance fighters and those men who joined the SS, with all this leading to a national conscription after the war as the Danish soldiers took too long to get their guns and fight off the ...
... princess from her mother, who in turn gave it to the church as she had no children. It’s treated with great care, behind a glass cabinet in its own chapel like area. It has different coloured outfits which are changed according to the liturgical year. Quite a strange sight. The last stop was a wall commemorating John Lennon and then ending at the Charles Bridge. We all really enjoyed the tour and it was a great way to see the city and understand little of the ...