Holiday Inn Berlin City East
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I don't have the Berlin post ready yet, but here are some more random observations in the mean time! - Several place we went, mostly Eastern Europe, had poorly translated English menus. Sometimes we couldn't even understand the English! haha - Milkshakes are not always the same. Several places we went had milkshakes, but they were not made with ice cream - only milk (or at least were very thin). Basically they were like flavored milk. - We ordered a pizza one night and thought we ...
... it encompasses everything I want out of my study abroad experience. No, this is not taking the easy way out with my answer, at least in my mind. This past semester, I took a course called “The Philosophy of the City.” I learned about the theory behind the need for cities and it intrigued me. Until last summer I never had the experience of living in a city, and while I enjoyed living ...
... wasn't. He ended up getting sidetracked trying to tune chicks and we only went to two places that were both pretty average.
My iphone had terrible battery life. Apple had just released a recall for phones with specific serial numbers, I entered mine into the website and I was eligible for a battery replacement. We headed in to the apple store a few times while we were in Berlin and on day three I was successful with getting myself an appointment and I ended ...
... shut properly as we could not open the boot again to put the second case in so we squeezed the second case and Tim into the back seat and drove with constant beeps to our place . Our little unit which despite being on the third floor no lift is really lovely. I will be so fit at the end of the two weeks climbing up and down the steps. Might help cut the calories from all the food Rickie and Ronny have us planning to eat. . It has a really ...
... of sectors eg French, British, American at that time and you had to register in the appropriate sector before travelling within West Berlin. The Allied Checkpoint was the main transit from West to East and I travelled through there in '85 also. The protocol for going through this checkpoint was all had to be in full military uniform and check in via British control room. Once cleared, drove through the ...