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- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The drive to Berlin was about 5hrs. The whole way was on the Autobahn so we managed to hit a record 224km/hr. Still cars were flying by as if we were Sunday grandpa's taking out our Volvo cranking out tunes like Biggie, Tupac, Thundamentals and Dr Dre. Oh and guess what, we had so much fun, we get to do it all again. Scott, the smartest one of us all left his passport back in Frankfurt and he ...
... It appeals to me as a massive electronics person. After a few hours at the museum i cruise in to the main street just to get a bite to eat so that when i go back to the hotel i'll be refreshed for anything tomorrow.
Day 9: The trip has been very exciting and relaxing at the same time. Seeing all these different countries and all there individual beauty is just something that cannot be explained in a journal. my next destination is ...
... birthday twins). Because later in the morning when everyone was hanging out in the hallways I heard one of the French girls ask everyone where the twins were, LOL. It was funny because everyone was like there aren’t any twins. Anyways in the morning I at least got to hang out in Angela, Giuditta and the Irish girls’ room because I didn’t have a room. We spent 2 hours just resting and then finally we went out into the ...
... a bright red. Caught a bus to a place where one of the kings had built a Russian village to keep his choir of Russian singers and stop them returning to Russia. Houses are built in an old rural Russian style, with large gardens around them so they could grow their own food and sell excess. One of the twelve remaining houses is still owned by descendants of the original singer it was given to. On to a tram next to the old town of Potsdam, the only place in East Germany that has grown ...
... long hair and cut offs alongside the stern atmosphere of a communist country.
Now Berlin is a modern and bustling metropolis. No-man's-land has filled in with stores, restaurants and tourist sites. The division has been erased except for the change in the sidewalk brick that marks the new bricks laid after the fall in 1989. The Check Point Charlie Museum is ...