NH Berlin Heinrich Heine
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- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Multilingual staff
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... sup> and early 20th centuries. It was incredible to be in a museum in Germany and learning so much about the ancient civilizations that inhabited modern day Turkey, Syria, Iraq and other places. The namesake of the museum is the Pergamon Altar which is housed in part in a large wing of the museum. The front section of the altar has been completely reconstructed from almost entirely original pieces and it depicts on it’s sides ...
... that the part of the city I was in yesterday was all East Berlin, explaining why the buildings looked pretty beat up. After the war, East Berlin was built up quickly and pretty poorly by the government there, so the buildings were simply for people to live in with no emphasis on style. It explains the ugly appearance and why many of them are just flat out abandoned to this day. People these days can just live in a nicer part of town if they want, compared ...
... when one guy said 'hello' to another (in German 'hello' is 'hallo'). If anyone that has seen the movie can tell me why the main character burnt the letter I would be grateful.
Easter is well underway her in Germany, the supermarkets have colourful eggs and chocolate everywhere which I have been tempted by.
I also enjoyed another traditional meal at a German restaurant with a German friend in one of the more ...
... as 2 of my friends from Bulgaria can't speak English. It was a really nice day. As the afternoon began to settle in and a few people went home, the last remaining 8 of us went to a very nice Bavarian restaurant on Karl Marx Allee. It was just like Oktoberfest minus the huge amount of drunken people. The waiters and waitresses were dressed in lederhosen and dirndls and there was even a band playing. It had a great atmosphere and the food was delicious. Most of the gang had shnizels ...
... This shall be our day of culture and no one loves museums more than I. First up is the Neues Museum (New Museum) which houses the Egyptian Museum and Papyrus Collection, the Museum of Prehistory and Early History with objects from the Collection of Classical Antiquities. It is a huge building, and newly renovated and only recently reopened so my focus is the Egyptian Museum. This museum has one of the largest collections of Egyptian artifacts in the world and ...