Hollywood Media Hotel
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... talk English. "Tis good, YAW?!" Like..... I can't even..... While I couldn't wait to get out of Berlin, I am happy I went and experienced what I did. I'm also giving Germany another shot when I visit Munich next week. On the bright side, I am learning what type of traveler I am so will be enlightened going forward. Youth hostels = out, off the beaten path destinations = in. Off to Prague- one spot I know I love from my last visit 5 years ago. ...
... it turns out his was pre olympic build. We walked around the complex and also saw the olympic pool. Have to say that. I dont think the seating area around the pool has been changed since the Berlin olympics as it was very simplistic in style and design. No seats long planks. behind the stadium was another oval where their were two games of cricket being played. not a game you would expect to see in Germany. Further around the stadium was the bell ...
... Essen und viele lustige Menschen.
The trip started with a train ride from Berlin to Frankfurt Main. There we walked through the city and cold germany a last time before we went to the airport to fly to Dubai and India.
Bye bye Berlin, winter and cold and hello India, heat, beaches and 1,6 billion funny people!
... the transparency of the government so what happened before WWII will never happen again. Lots of symbolism.
We took the U55 back to the train station, the S7, to Alexanderplatz, and the U8 to Rosenthaler. We are getting so good at this transportation stuff. Walked to the post office to get some bubble wrap to take home stuff that we bought (seems like we bought a whole suitcase full of stuff, plus a carryon, I have no idea what we have), then back to the apartment.
... is that approximately 20% of the population of East Germany entered through this gate to get a West Berlin passport so that they could flee to the capitalist, allied-controlled, West Germany. At the time, both Berlin, and Germany in its entirety were divided into two halves. Berlin, which lay in East Germany was divided as it is the country’s capital, and allied forces wanted to keep a stake in the capital so that they could intervene if revolutionary ...