Meininger Hotel Berlin Mitte Humboldthaus
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This morning, I woke at around 7 again... I had had a great sleep but still woke up extremely tired! We went upstairs and had some breakfast- I had some muesli and german coco pops! We then went back to our room where we had been told by some grade elevens that lots of there belongings had been stollen: including, passports, phone, wallets, neck …
I woke up this morning at around 7 am- I think I am finally over my jet-lag! Once again, for breakfast I had a piece of toast with German Nutella! We then set off to the train station to catch the train that would take us to saschesshousen concentration camp. (45mins)! Once we arrived in saschesshousen we walked to a nearby bistro where I had a …
We woke up bright and early in the hope of an exciting day, to find that the weather was absolutely miserable: raining, cloudy, bleak... We went to breakfast and found out that Miss Scott and Anne were extremely sick and that Madame grams had fallen over in the shower so they would not be joining us for the days adventures. We started by taking the …
... and the lineup was ridiculous, even at
2pm. It will have to be on the 'next time’ list.
I met up with Andrew the Scot; our entry time for the Reischtag was at 2:30. As you walk up
the ramp, circling up the glass dome, it’s a panoramic view of Berlin. Which, I have to say, is humdrum. Berlin was bombed flat in the war, and rebuilt. The skyline, such as it is, is
drab, much like Munich. So, I thought it ...
... s a fascinating look at the social fabric and ideology that east Germans lived under until the Wall came down. (If you haven't watched The Lives of Others, it's a must-see, btw). And challenged a few perceptions...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed