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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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15th March, I'm leaving India. Yes, India; the first part of my year abroad being in Spain and the second one in Germany left me a long enough holiday to explore this distant part of the world and spend some time with a relative that I'd never seen. After resting for 5 days, then it strikes me : Germany! I have to find a place to live and...oh...why have I not still heard anything from the University I was meant to go ...
... Adlon Hotel where Michael Jackson almost dropped his baby off the balcony. And we got to see the gate and then we took some pictures with the white balloons nearby. All around Berlin where the Berlin Wall used to be there is a line of white balloons to symbolize where it would have stood. And tomorrow night at 7pm there’s going to be an event when the balloons get released all around the city. It was cool because behind the balloons there ...
Early wake up for us all this morning, as were we heading to Berlin! For a full day of fun and adventure! First we stopped at the supermarket and got some junk food for the car ride and also a roll each as none of us had eaten breakfast yet. Then we headed off down the autobahn to Berlin!! Took us about 2 hours to get there, and the weather wasn't too bad today which was good. When we finally reached Berlin, we had trouble trying to find a car park, it took us almost half an ...
... before the wall fell, and saw only a hand through a hole handing her the passport). But now it's just a tiny stand with paid actors holding flags. It was neat that the "You are now leaving the American sector" sign was still there. I chose not to see the museum there because Karen/Greg dubbed it "expensive" and Ben said it was "a tourist trap, to be honest" ("lovely", which I later realized was his translation for "schön", is the only thing he says more often than "to ...
... in 2005, and consists of 2,711 concrete slabs of varying heights, arranged in a grid, on a sloping block of land. I'm not sure what that particular number represents. The information centre underneath is extremely well done, and provided me with an insight into the attempt at genocide which occurred across Europe during WWII. I must admit I had somewhat underestimated the real magnitude of this atrocity, in which more than 6 million Jewish people were murdered. Reading ...