Mercure Airport Hotel Berlin Tegel
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I was in Frankfurt last month to attend a conference, since my wife had also tagged along with me, we decided to spend the weekend in Berlin. There were couple of things I was looking forward to my journey to Berlin; 1.Ride on the ICE train. 2.The new Berlin Hauptbahnof. DB's Inter City Express or "ICE " high speed trains are among the best-known …
... no que eu gosto de chamar o meu ano sabático, naquele país espectacular que é a Nova Zelândia. Não me recordo de vários dos anos anteriores, mas sei que em 2007 estava em Viena, a capital austríaca, a iniciar o meu primeiro período a viver longe do meu país de origem. Os aniversários surgem portanto como marcos na vida, fornecem-me um ponto de referência em cada ano. E talvez seja por isto que não grande fã de os festejar. Parece que estive em Viena há ...
... This morning I bought my ticket for the train to Amsterstam and then went with 2 of the other "stragglers" on a river cruise. Back to the hotel via Tram with 2 peaches and 2 nectarines clutched to my bosom like the treasure they are. I will miss my travel buddy Theresa and wish you were here to share this bounty my friend. Take care and happy travels in Croatia and time with your family in Malta.
... this palace stunned with its gardens, fountains and beautiful palm trees in the courtyard. A stroll down Maulbeerallee and we came across the Sizilanischergarten and then, there it was, Schloss Sans Souci. It was a marvel to behold! Truly stunning palace and the Weinberg Terrace was amazing. We took a much needed rest beside the huge Große Fountain. We trecked on to the Chinese Pavilion which is stunningly adorned in gold with gold ...
Then it was back on the bus, a quick drive-by of Checkpoint Charlie and the Death Strip before disembarking for two hours in the Jewish Museum. It's a very neat museum, looking like a historic building from the front, but in reality the majority of it is very modern. The basement and start of the exhibits is all about the Holocaust, laid out in three Axes (of Holocaust, Exile, and Community) that each lead to ...
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