Hotel Les Nations
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... in that this highly conspicuous structure could be seen from West Berlin, and was intended to represent the socialist part of Germany at that time. The official opening was on October 3rd, 1969. It has gone thru some upgrades over the years including updates to the air conditioning and technology. The Tower also has a revolving restaurant….sound familiar? This Tower is only 368 metres compared to our CN Tower in Toronto at 553 metres. My Berlin Welcome Card came in ...
... wings, sausages and lots of salad, while introducing Izzy to the infamous Eurotrip.
Balloons and Benji- Wednesday 16th July
Our last full day in Berlin…..
Isabell had been an amazing tour guide and interpreter….showing us all around her home city and really made us feel like home. But she had one last surprise for us! We drove into the city one again and stopped at a massive balloon. She had booked us tickets to ride ...
... our walking tour we were off to the Rittersport chocolate shop which was a chocolate shop that enabled you to create your own flavours. The concept was quite simple you choose dark or milk chocolate then you choose from a large variety of ingredients including biscuits, lollies etc and then they put it all in a chocolate mould for you and you come back half an hour later and collect your personalised chocolate block. We made 3 blocks, I did one, Shaun did one and ...
... to Checkpoint Charlie which now just a tourist site with some interpretive signs about the Berlin Wall. (Editor: in 1986 Jude, Maria and I walked through Checkpoint Charlie for our day visit to East Berlin. As a naive 23 year old it was one of the most bizarre experiences I'd had on that trip. Security like that is commonplace now but disconcerting back then. East Berlin was eerie, deserted and somewhat sad. We had to buy East German marks to get in ...
... sausage was correctly eaten with tomato catsup.
We rode the Ferris wheel and several of the people carried on half German and half English conversations with us. It was a good group of fellow riders and they were enjoying the Christmas season very much. I digress,,,,,,,,,,,,
Checkpoint Charlie remains as a historical location and the building in the middle of Friedrichstrasse remains. There are several Germans dressed as American soldiers and it is possible to ...