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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is that even in the countryside most Germans live in apartments, rather than houses. We had booked into a hotel which were told was quite central but until we walked out of the train station in drizzly rain we didn't realise how central. The Wyndham Hotel, our home for the next two days, was 200 from the station entrance. Small fifth floor room, getting us ready for a boat's cabin maybe, but comfortable. We unpacked and began to explore. Our first impressions of Cologne ...
... larger than the one in paris but a good fit for our family. We were famished and so we decided to eat the classic german meal of tacos at a small Mexican restaurant not far from our apartment. We ate like refugees who hadn't seen food in over a month. Mom drank too much and so did Dad. Eventually, we made our way home and fell asleep, happy with our first day in Berlin.
Today we came to Berlin. This morning we woke up in Paris and tonight we will ...
... could so easily have talked to Charlotte all day. Each site was different and amazing to take in. The Holocaust memorial is able to be walked through freely, and is an eerie experience. You know you're surrounded by at your group of forty-something people plus the public, but you can't see them except for small flashes as you pass between rows and rows of high stone rectangles and even then sometimes they will be closer or further away than when you last saw them which is ...
... walk around the Alexanderplatz and see the men " with bbqs on their crutch" as. Rickie calls them. They have a little grill that is attatched to them and cook sausages that they put into a small bread roll with ketchup or mustard. We caught the lift to the viewing platform on the tower and had a birds eye view of the city before the rain set in. After the tower we made our way to a ...
My pictures tell my story! I am experiencing the Holocaust through the eyes of a survivor, Maud Dahme. It is truly wonderful! The first day has been extremely busy, but I have seen ...