Holiday Inn Berlin Airport - Conference Centre
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... down the hall and into my room. One of the girls in my dorm very kindly got me a bag of ice from the bar and I spent the evening praying for a miracle overnight recovery. The next morning my ankle was still painful, really swollen and I could barely walk, so after talking to Andrew, my travel agent (and friend) Nicole, and the travel insurance company I gave in and asked the hostel reception to call me a taxi to take me to hospital. The first taxi refused to take me as ...
... by all the big hotels and booking websites.
I've been here for over a week but I haven't even thought about getting my visa for China yet. And seeing as I've already got a ticket with a five night stop over in a shanghai it's not as if it's optional. I suppose today will be the day. I should be right as long as it's easier than it is from Hobart and it should be seeing I can go in in person.
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... They are so funny and a bit crazy. Paul and Danielle got along very well haha! We stayed at white trash with a little intermission to eat a kebab, until about 1am when we remembered that the ubahn was about to finish up for the evening, being a Sunday night. Sighhh. So we all left. Heidi, Paul and I were a little slower than the other three and therefore missed the train. We then walked to Alexander Platz and caught a taxi home. A very nice, fun and spontaneous ...
... Holy Roman Empire and Imperial Germany between 1200 and 1806, until it was conquered by Napoleon. Nuremberg became one of the capitals of this roaming empire and a key reason why Hitler focussed his annual Nazi Party conferences and parades here – to evoke some of the Empire spirit of German domination. It was an informative tour as I knew next to nothing of this Empire previously and the castle has been largely re-built since WW2 so is in good condition, including a ...
... Today, Checkpoint Charlie is a tourist trap. Only a small section of the actual Wall remains, and many of the sections have been used for artistic projects that I never found the art in.
Our next stop, the most hated building in World War II, and (jokingly-mostly) today, is the old Luftwaffe headquarters. This is where all of the orders for aerial bombing strikes during the War came from. This solitary building is solely responsible for the deaths of millions ...