Leonardo Airport Hotel Berlin Brandenburg
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... information about the flat via skype to make sure that it genuinely existed and that I wasn't heading for a trap. Lucky me, it wasn't ! Excited, stressed, tired, I book a flight for two days later, forcing me to miss some promising family party but hey, education first, no? And here I go, to meet a new stranger at an airport in a foreign country. I got there, met him, reassured by his human appearance and ...
... it online first. Afterwards we ended up going to the Holocaust memorial site. It was really cool because there were different squares that were of different heights. Then we made our way towards the Sony center where there was a small Christmas market with a man made slope with snow to go tubing down. I went down the small slope with Giuditta and the Irish ...
... well worth the money we spent, just unfortunate about the weather at the beginning. After the boat ride we went and saw the big parliament building, we were going to go up the top of the building and we were willing to pay whatever, but then we got told by the ticket box we only had the option of booking 1 week in advance! Which was a let down, but at least we now know for next time. We then continued walking through to the Brandenburger Tor, which is the only part of Berlin ...
... because the google maps location on yelp was completely incorrect. But I made it, and we had a great time, watching the Spain v. Chili, drinking more than a few beers, and reminiscing about Raikes (remember that? A month ago? We were so young...). We ate traditional German food - I decided to be only semi-adventurous and went for an omelette with mushrooms, which was great. We had a really good time - I'm glad our very vague plan of Meeting Up in Europe This Summer? actually worked ...
... is located on the site of the former HQ of the Gestapo and SS. It outlines the events of 1933-1945 in a surprisingly unbiased way.
Berlin Wall - a preserved section of the Berlin wall is immediately adjacent to the Topographie des Terrors. It's hard to imagine life in East Berlin during the Cold War (as if WWII wasn't bad enough) - I didn't realise there was a "kill zone" along the eastern side of the wall, where anyone attempting to climb over it would be shot. ...