Ibis Berlin Airport Tegel
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... later during that trip that I experienced the joys of biking in a city that truly considers the safety of those on bikes. Since that trip, I've started looking at infrastructure everywhere I go (which means that when people ask "What did you do in London?", I end up talking more about all the ways London's cycling infrastructure fails to live up to its hype/potential). While London is (and plenty of other cities are) mostly hype (and fairly-aggressive PR), ...
... did with Toby’s parents to a Thermal Spa at a place called Sinsheim. Wait! Didn’t we drive through there? Isn’t there some sort of museum there? It turns out that there is one of the biggest Auto & Technical Museums located in Sinsheim, with the partner Museum at Speyer. But we decided that we would have to drive back to spend at day at the Museum, especially when we discovered that there is a great thermal spa in the same ...
... with the Berlin wall memorial, covering some more historical sites, then went to the first bar, had a drink here and then we got clues to the next bar – the silberfish bar. This bar was very crowded, there were 2 different topdeck groups and a pub crawl here as well. However it soon began to get quieter and i got a drink. Soon we went off to the matrix club,
by taking a tram there. The club was ok, i stayed for a bit and then caught a cab back to the hotel and went to bed.
... Graffiti, which he also told us all about. Chris wanted to start a debate with him about it but held his tongue, mainly because he was a nice guy and a fellow ginger, I think. The work shop was the best part as we went to this old factory and got to make our own art work using spray paint and stencils. Ours turned out pretty good. Chris reckoned it was my kind of tour, less history and mainly looking at pictures and he was probably ...
... edge of the memorial, the stele are small, but as you enter the avenues between the blocks, they grow in size and the pathways gradually descend until you cannot see out. It is really quite beautiful.
On the Saturday after we landed we wanted to visit the Pergamon museum and see the Altar of Zeus. We had seen its original site when we were in Turkey and now we could see all the artifacts the Germans had removed. Of course, here we are told a different story. ...