Holiday Inn Berlin City East
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... eastern Moorish style and resemblance to the Alhambra, it is an important architectural monument of the second half of the 19th century in Berlin.The building was designed by Eduard Knoblauch. Following Knoblauch's death in 1865, Friedrich August Stuler took responsibility for the majority of its construction as well as for its interior arrangement and design. It was inaugurated in the presence of ...
... I unfortunately ended up sitting next to these extremely rude Germans. They were yelling abuse at us and making fun of us because we didn't speak german. It was THE MOST UNCOMFORTABLE bus trip I have ever had in my life. Once hopping off the bus, we took the next train back into the centre of Berlin where half the group went back to check point charlie and the other half went shopping. I went shopping of course! I bought many unique items ...
... but I think it's really important to learn about our history.
We found a Vapianos for lunch - where else could we eat!? - and ate lots of pizza and pasta. Afterwards we walked around the streets for a while, looking at the very expensive shops and getting a feel for the area. We walked through the Brandenburg Gate towards Tierpark, and went to the Reichstag government building, although we didn't go inside. We also saw the German ...
... for that too. We will be fine! At least we have a roof over our heads, some awesome friends and cheap food! And if worst comes to worse, we will just go and work on a farm in the south for a few months for free food and accommodation until the weather warms up and we find work. And now time for dinner. Paul has been cooking up a storm in the kitchen. Roast vegetable burgers (meat for him) with beer battered chips and salad. Yum yum! Over and ...
... was nothing to fear. They would now all have amazing times in college and go on to lead enriched and fulfilled lives.... OK, now back to Micaela. Yes, well anyways. Sick of waiting, old man Cory and I took off on our bikes for a ride through the park for a while and returned to our spot when we could hear the music of the parade getting closer. The music was deafening but the excitement and community spirit was high as float after float passed by. ...