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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... It seems that whatever the Nazi party stood for in the 30s and 40s, Berlin has chosen now to support the opposit. The Nazis promoted homophobia while Berlin is now one of the gay capitals of Europe (by the way, we will unfortunately be missing the Pride parade, which is this weekend while we are in Prague!); the Nazis promoted oppression and sameness while Berlin now promotes diversity and expression. It is a ...
... beer. It was a pretty cold day and night, but I wouldn't trade it for anything!
Yesterday I had my flight back, so we left early to go see a bit of Hamburg, which too, seemed like a great city. It is never easy to say goodbye to such a great friend, but I know that in time I will see Daniel again! Hopefully sooner rather than later! Again, if you read this Daniel, I appreciate everything this weekend! Danke schön!! (I really hope that was right ...
... It's not too far from templehof too which is one of our favourite places in Berlin. Paul and I then made our way back to the school, which was now open. We were met at reception but a very stern looking man who looked in his 60s. His English was perfect, without an accent and he was a little intimidating. Ummm I would like to enrol in a class here, I stammered. Why? He asked Ummm because I just got a visa and I would like to learn German. Oh you are one of those. Well ...
... were using it all the time so it's not like they didn't know so clearly the didn't care. I'll be leaving it a suitable review in Trip advisor.
So Sunday, I would have had a lie in but as my room didn't sport a curtain I got up fairly early, I wandered around Berlin for a while the visited the Stasi HQ, this is a huge office complex in the old East Berlin. The Stasi were the secret ...
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And the food they order us for our dinner after the show is incredible too. It's from their friends restaurant up the road, a young Afghani bloke who lost both parents in the war, ended up in Germnay at 14 on route to somewhere else, was detained and adopted and now at 24 has his own restaurant (Afghan for Hope (never lose it!) and the food is magic. Absolutely lecker, even as takeaway.
'The more generous we are, the more ...