Hollywood Media Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Our wander got cut short though when the heavens opened and decided to chuck down bucketful’s of icy cold rain onto us. It seriously came out of nowhere…one minute it’s sunny and warm, the next it’s cold and ******* down. Melbourne weather much?!
We got home later than we thought so we quickly got ready for the World Cup game, complete with scarves, t-shirts, hair extensions the colour of the German flag, and tattoos. The others all ended ...
Getting the train to Berlin proved to be a rather more hectic than we'd hoped and rather down to the wire. Arriving about an hour before our train departed we decided, after successfully getting ourselves a free reservation last journey we'd try again. After enquiring found they were not only essential but also came at a cost. Speaking in his best German Ally found the price to be ...
... and beneath it the visitor's centre that details the atrocities faced by so many people and their families.
On our first day we also saw the Berlin Cathedral, some beautiful fountains, Tiergarten and the Berlin TV Tower. On the recommendation of a former co-worker from Berlin we tried currywurst and pommettes, a popular fastfood plate of sausage covered in tomato paste and curry powder with thick-cut French fries. We picked it up ...
... Holocaust Memorial. It was really neat. It was a ton of tall cement blocks that were easy to get lost in. It was very unique. After that, we took the hop on hop off bus through a park and saw some other sights. We then stopped at a piece of the Berlin Wall that was still up. I touched it and read up on it. I learned a lot of the history behind it. It was interesting. We then went to Checkpoint Charlie which was the gate separating the USA ...
... Eurail pass in pocket, balls in hand, we travelled through these places without any problems. The only people seemingly concerned with our identity were those checking us in at hostels. When we explained our predicament, the usual response was 'what?? Your passport is WHERE?? What did you do?' And after some reassurance, even they were happy to accept a photocopy. So today is the day, we finally pick up our passports and hopefully our ticket to the Ukraine. Its our ...