- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Concierge desk
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... 000 books at this site. At the state opera house and the university. Was bombed twice in world war 2. America bombed it again in 1945. Germans are very creative with their names and named the street behind the Catholic Church 'Behind the Catholic Church Street'. Humboldt university. 1825. Produced 29 Nobel prize winners. Albert Einstein taught here. He left Germany before the war. Germany chose adolf because of the crash of 1929. They were so poor and needed a savior. Hitler got ...
... Singapore and even Perth was better than this. Quite disappointing.
Tuesday 7th - Finally got out of bed early enough for a bike tour! Headed to Alexanderplatz (Where the iconic "disco ball on a stick" or TV tower resides) and found another branch of our staple tour of the trip so far, Fat Tire Bike. We did the standard tour but it seems Berlin offers more than any other location with Cold War, Third Reich and Evening Food (Tempting!) tours ...
... and in 1956 emigrated to Australia while the other six members perished in concentration camps. We then travelled to the Oberbaum Bridge area of Berlin which was a former East Germany checkpoint over the river Spree. besides being a checkpoint, the bridge is the starting point of 7 km of the Berlin Wall which remains in place along the banks of the River Spree today. There was great atmosphere on the banks of the Spree ...
... day. It all adds to the atmosphere and after being to the markets, it has made it worthwhile to come in winter. Harley is yet to acquire the taste for gluwein which is probably a good thing. Max thinks I have a gluwein problem, so am backing off for a bit. For the record I've only had 3 the entire trip! Just thought I needed to verify what exactly my gluwein problem amounts ...
... Our tour started at the Bradenburg gate where we learned that all the buildings surrounding it had strict architectural rules to ensure the gate remained the focus of the square. The gate was designed to signify peace and happiness and as our tour guide mentioned it was not so successful in some parts of Germany's history. Next we visited the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, it was a very abstract piece made of hundreds of stone rectangles of varying ...