Mercure Hotel Berlin City
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... there had the stangest American accent i've ever heard, it sounded almost German! We then saw a square with a French name. The Germans wanted better architecture in the city, so hired a group of Frenchmen to come and build in the square. After they built the French Cathedral, the Germans decided that they wanted one, and designed one exactly the same, only 6 inches higher so they could say the Germans are closer to God than the French. The tour finished at the Museum Island, which ...
... lives. We thought that was a very neat way of owning up to all of this awful history and making sure that the memories of those who suffered so greatly can live on.
Further into the city we next visited the Brandenburg Gate which is another iconic German landmark and one many people are familiar with thanks to the TV coverage around the Berlin wall. The Brandenburg gate was originally built as a monument to peace by the ...
... the window as huge and opened onto a grassy rooftop area, it finally cooled off around midnight. Complaints to the front desk elicited a weak, "Sorry, I thought that was fixed, and we are full so we cannot move you anywhere. Sorry." %&*&%##
The next morning we headed down to the longest section of the original Berlin Wall along the River Spree. Stopped and had some nice breakfast bagels before heading down to view the ...
... superficially. And now I think that this is really going to be my template for future holidays (or one day in the future a template for retirement). The obvious benefits being:
- reduced costs due to less travel and changes to accommodation;
- reduced stress that normally goes hand-in-hand with overseas travel when you try to grapple with maps, locations, and languages you don't know;
... great oils. Blended them all up in my mixer including the lemon skin and walllaaahhh! A very night facial cleanser which has fixed Paul and me riiiight up! I am so excited to be making my own stuff and our skin is looking fine! So to cut a long story short, the bicarb is for shampoo, when I can eventually find it.. It's interesting what running out of money encourages one to do.. Containing, making everything, reusing an old mans ...