Holiday Inn Berlin Airport - Conference Centre
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... soon told that an Israeli President was visiting and security was very high complete with armoured vehicles and guards with guns. One particular night, the busabout group had decided to pay for a pub crawl which I opted not too. In my perspective, it is entirely possible to do your own pub crawl for free and go to places you actually want to go to rather than being hustled from one place to the next. Another Australian girl I had met had the same consensus so we decided ...
... melting icy underfoot paths the walking tour was excellent value made so by the Irish-Berliner guide who did a fantastic job. 4 hours of walking was pretty tiring though so we were pleased to finally get back to the hotel before heading back out to dinner. We ate in an Italian restaurant and then headed toward the New Year celebrations at the Brandenburg gate. It was 11.30 before we got to a vantage point we we could view the main display but this place is ...
... a lot so I’ll probably go on to write it heaps more.
We were set to stay in Amsterdam for the best part of a week to take a break, update our resumes and start the process of looking for jobs. Our flight home was booked and we had a mere 3.5 weeks left to run amuck. There was still heaps of fun to be had in Amsterdam though. Heaps more on that next ...
... there is sort of this conflicting dichotomy between the role Nuremberg played in the rise of Nazism, and the role it played in eliminating it. Both histories are important for very different reasons. The memory of the Rally Grounds is important because it signals that it can be very easy to get swept up in the illusion of stateliness. And of course the legacy of the Nuremberg Trials consists of initiating a sense of closure through organized ...
... pretty much in the tourist centre. I had to pay to get in as it's a member thing. Fair enough. But the music was so bloody loud. I had been warned though. Get there early and take advantage of the relative quiet before the Dj gets going.
I think the first person I spotted was an American whom I'd met last year. And I could hardly forget him as he speaks such good Esperanto. This bloke isn't your average Esperantist. He's just a ...