NH Berlin Alexanderplatz
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... Pergamon Altar, which dates back to around 150 BC, from the town of Pergamon in what is now eastern Turkey.
Unfortunately for us, the museum is undergoing a full renovation lasting five years, and the Altar was off limits to visitors. It was a big disappointment.
Dinner that evening was atop one of Berlin’s most visible landmarks, a television transmitting tower known as ...
... nothing would happen, and I copiously missed the tram that passes by my flat to take me to the train station as I was running down the stairs. After catching my two trains and much tribulation, I finally got to my destination: first class...only to be told that not having been there for semester 1 and consequentially not having done the first exam, I could not take part. After my struggles in literature last semester, I decided that, although I did get an 8 out of ...
... to go more local and eat in a German restaurant. Here we had some fantastic Russian soup and vowed to return. Next came one of my favorite bars from the whole trip, Die Berliner Republik. The concept of this bar was fantastic. It had many draft beers on offer, so to ensure they all get drunk regularly the price of the beer changes every 6 minutes! The prices changes are displayed on TV screens all around the bar. It didn't take long before we had worked out a strategy to ...
... people can have their picture taken with fake US soldiers and also receive a “visa stamp” in their passport with a fake East Berlin stamp. We were warned however that this will actually invalidate your passport since you’re really not supposed to put just any stamps on those visa pages, so we decided to forgo part of our “adventure” and keep going.
Our tour continued and we headed back towards ...
... the Ford Kuga. By the end of our trip we'll have travelled close to 3100 km (nearly 2000 miles) and approached 200 km/hr (122+mph) on the Autobahn. The car was great but the google maps were the star of the show. Without them, we would have never found our way around the small towns and byways. We headed out but not before stopping quickly in Lubeck to purchase some World Cup team football jerseys for Shane. ...