Novum Hotel Gates Berlin Charlottenburg
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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I also had the opportunity to visit the city of Dresden for the weekend. Dresden is probably best well known for being completely bombed in WWII, but Dresden also served as home for the Electors of Saxony for many years. Dresden is a prime example of the cloning process the German government has undertaken to show what Germany once was. Many of the buildings in Dresden have been rebuilt. The infamous picture of ruins of the main cathedral ...
... his whole shirt was soaked! It was really gross because it was kind of cold in the classroom, but maybe he was just nervous. (aww I feel bad for judging me now, but I wasn’t the only one). I didn’t stay for the whole presentation because I had to leave early to pack and clean up my room. Did I mention that today I left for BERLIN!??! It was soo exciting because all day I was very excited ...
This morning we said farewell to Andrzej and his family. They had been so very generous. Anna had gifted us 2 of her etchings. They are very much to our liking and will look great on the wall at home. Paul also appeared with a book about Polish nature which was very kind of him. We really enjoyed out time in Bilgoraj. Andrzej made sure we got on the correct bus for Krakow. 44 pln each. The bus was a lot older and creakier than ...
... I found that the divide between East and West Berlin proved to keep me constantly pondering. East Berlin in particular had me always looking around and trying to imagine what life was like. Communism is so incredibly different from the freedom that we experience in the states. We are headed back soon! I plan on spending a few days with my parents in the Twin Cities and then I return to Fargo to start my new internship at a local ...
... experiencing such devastating loss, as well as being concerned for our friends back home. Ro was finding it hard to believe it’s been 2 weeks already. Our next few days will be very different as we are staying with a friend of Ro’s from when he travelled.
In East Germany, the stop / walk signal is a cute man called the Ampelmann. Not all traffic signals have him and so the kids would call out "Ampelmann" whenever they saw him. When the ...