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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... taxi and reverse-quickly figured out where that apartment actually was. You see, when looking for a building's number, you usually don't think to look on the backside of said building. Ben thinks outside the box. He found it in no time and we were in our new flat, much more spacious and honestly quite a bit nicer than that in Paris.
On a walk around the area, Alex and I commented, this place smells beautiful - so did Paris! Hence the title.
... their original mountings of course. The Brandenburg Gate was a bit of a 'pinch me' moment because I've seen so many pictures of it surrounded by Nazis during their parades and rallies, and of it as a symbol during the fall of the Berlin Wall. I really had to keep it all in, I was getting very excited in a very nerdy way and didn't really want to express that nerdiness around everyone else there! During the tour it was bitterly cold, cloudy, and windy in a way that cut ...
... to fine precision who knows. After going through a security check and a airlock entrance (the door will only open after the one behind closes - reminded me of the US embassy years ago) we were escorted to the elevator which took us up to the start of the walk up the Dome. It is very impressive. Designed by an Englishman but with all the technology of the Germans. The central mirrors beam light down into the Plenary room and the air is used to cool and ...
... the Antiquity Collection, the Islamic Art Museum, Pergamon Altar and the Near East Museum. Even for those who are not regular attendees of museums, this one is a mind blower. Included in the display are several massive, large-scale pieces, like the Pergamon Altar (180-160 B.C.), which is so huge that it requires an entire room.
... and Eva Braun when the Russian Army was closing in. There is not much there except an untidy grassed area and car park. Perhaps quite fitting for a man responsible for 55 million deaths that it is poorly represented and has no plaque. Next was the Jewish Holocaust Memorial. This covers a football field in size and has 2711 casket size concrete columns rising from the undulating ground. One feels ...