Hotel Les Nations
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... Europe. For our family, this would be our fifth zoo. We have also visited the St. Louis, San Diego, Washington D.C. and the Central Park zoos. It reminds us of how lucky we are to have such a fabulous zoo right in our home town.
Josie was anxious to see the polar bear, Knut, because we have a new polar bear at the St. Louis zoo that she really likes.
It's a bigger zoo than we expected, grand in many aspects, borrowing ...
... as i rest my head on my pillow at the hotel i fall asleep. It was a massively long day.
Day 11: I wake up earlier than usual because i'm very excited to go visit the game science center. I catch the bus from Berlin Central which is only a few minutes walk from my hotel to the center. When i get there i instantly enjoy it, even though most of the games are in a different language i can appreciate the way they are even if there ...
... all this as it was reallty all I could remeber about Berlin. Ronny picked us up around the c section of this memorial and we drove out to. East. Berlin to join Ronny's aunt and uncle for an I ndian meal. It was a great evening. We had lots of laughs. Peter speaks very good english . Unfortunately I forgot to get a photo of us all . Jungerfernheide park aunt white lake weissensee dagma ...
... Lisa had kindly booked us an English speaking tour of Berlin via bikes. Well it's been quite a while since I have been on a bike so I was a little apprehensive but as I found out it's something you don't forget, I just wasn't as confident as everyone else. However I did really enjoy myself. We had a very chatty English chap conducting the tour, so consequently our 3 hour tour stretched into 4.5 hours. We all enjoyed a late lunch before heading back to ...
Today, we received an amazing walking tour of Berlin. I was shocked at how much we saw with our wonderfully explicit walking tour leader!!
We visited Reichstag (Germany's Parliament building), Checkpoint Charlie (where those authorized to do so could cross between East and West Berlin), the Holocaust Memorial (controversial stone slabs dedicated to the Jews murdered by the Nazis. The reason it's controversial is because more than just ...