NH Berlin Heinrich Heine
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Babysitting service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... so I had to concentrate very hard in the hope of understanding something. Even then I'd only managed to catch a few words and had to plug the gap by asking the other, more advanced, schoolmates for English translation.
I did manage to jot down a few places, on the walk, that I'd like to visit again over the weekend. One was the German Histories Museum which exhibited Germany's history from the 1100s through to the early 1990s when Germany ...
... experimentation". We spent over 4 hours here. There was something that stood out to me that seemed to be in very poor taste, the Riot Police use the Concentration Camp today for their Training. I really don't think this looks good for the German People considering that the Government is trying everything to make sure that the horrors of the past never happen again. I also visited the site of Hitler's Bunker, the Reichstag, Checkpoint Charlie, Brandenburg Gate, The ...
... different from Asia where we were consistently in the high 30s or 40s. Most people here dress in pants, jackets, and even scarves.
I've never been so happy to go grocery shopping as I was our first full day here. It was so nice to buy fresh fruits, veggies, hummus, yoghurt, and all our other favourites. With a grocery store across the street, many coffee joints nearby, and a terrific flat, we are definitely happy with our decision ...
... cathedral was laid in 1894 and the inauguration ceremony took place in 1905. During World War II, the cathedral suffered heavy damage. Only in 1975 did Germany begin restoring it. The restoration was finally completed four years after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1993.
We watched street performers, wander the streets a tad more and watched with wonder at how modern and well run this city was compared to many of ...
... of cylinder shaped bones create patterns on the walls and skeletons hang limply from their hooks. Huddled under our umbrellas we peer up at some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Portugal. Fourteen marble Corinthian pillars form the Temple of Diana. It was walled up and used as the town slaughterhouse in the Middle Ages. This towering antiquity was uncovered in the late 19th century. We finish our short visit to Èvora with dinner at a tiny hidden but highly sought ...