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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... Wall used to stand. This trace is usually characterized by a different colored concrete in the pavement.
The Berlin wall has throughout history been the symbol for the Cold War and the Iron Curtain that divided Germany and Europe into two. The fall of the Berlin Wall was also the start of the
reunification of Germany, which took place not even a year after the wall had fallen. The history significance of the Berlin Wall is ...
Unfortunately, because it was already early evening, the building was already closed to the public.
Then came the most emotional moment, when Isabel drove us to the apartment house where my parents had lived.
It was undergoing renovation and was covered in scaffolding.
But on the sidewalk, we could see a small plaque known as a Stolperstein, similar to others placed at ...
... and am very excited to have my crazy backpacking adventure for a month, I'll be so so glad to go home and get some family-time, for at least a little while.
I am not planning on going anywhere really until the end of my program, but I will try and post before I head off into the world of minimal wifi and hostel-hopping. Here's to hoping everyone had a very pleasant Easter!
Also, a note about my birthday. I ...
... next level up from the viewing platform. It was great to go round and see the sights from 207 m up. Ended up going round twice by the time we had had dinner and drinks. Most enjoyable. Walked home which gave a chance to sober up a bit. Wednesday 1st October Walked the short distance along our road to Potsdamer Plaza, a three storey shopping extravaganza. The area was bare during divided Berlin as the wall was here and it was part of the death zone. The buildings went up in the 1990's ...
... have been the size of a house. I had the sausage platter (cue Homosexual jokes), which was incredible. The Germans do have incredible sausages! If only all sausage was so tasty. Ok ill stop.
The next day proved to be a big one as we head off for our bike tour around the city. Our tour guide was an Irish guy and as you could expect he was exceptional at story telling. He did his intro to the whole group and we practically ran to the front of the line to be in his group. ...