Hotel Hackescher Markt
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... cold. When we asked Greifswald tourist information about the baltic they said no - that beach was not on the baltic. So that was an easy decision not to go swimming in the cold fog. Anyway the town was lovely and we enjoyed walking around the Dom and market square. Onto Buhse ancestry. We visited GramBow - that B is the funny German double S so it's pronounced Gramzow. We found the Church ...
... one, this course tackles more about theories of art. The course is highlighted by a day trip to the Bauhaus in mid-April. My professor's mother and uncle attended the Bauhaus and will be joining us on the trip as well.
And of course, I am also taking a German language course. How could I forget? Because I miserably failed the placement test, I was placed in the beginner course with other students who had never taken German before. Even my 4 years of high ...
... and art. There was a Babylonian city gate, a Greek city gate, and hundreds of other neat artifacts. They even had Assyrian kings tombs.
After the museum we decided it was time for a break so we made our way home via the street train and the subway (public transportation was warmer than walking). After a short break at home we bundled up even more and set out to find a Vietnamese restaurant that we had seen earlier in the area. It seemed to ...
... with activity - bars and cafes and clubs (not to mention museums etc). The memorial was opposite one of the remaining sections of the wall. I would show you some photos, but I can't get pics off my camera without the cord that is (you guessed it) in my pack. Hope fully this paragraph will be gone by the time you get to read this entry. Updated: There are now a few pictures! So not in ...
... most enormous digs at Potsdam with several palaces, the most magnificent of which is Sans Souci and another one. Of which was the place where Europe was carved up by Britain Russia and America at the end of World War 11. Such a lovely park, called the Marley Garden. A really lovely day. Met some nice people on the tour and had post-tour drinks with Alan and Rae (from ...