Novum Hotel Ravenna Berlin Steglitz
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Novum Hotel Ravenna Berlin Steglitz
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... drab looking apartment buildings on the east side, the famous university where Albert Einstein, Grimm brothers and many other famous people have studied and where the Nazi party destroyed and burnt thousands of books they believed were not in line with German beliefs. There were photographs of the books burning in the square outside the University. And of course the famous Berlin Brandenburg gate, a true symbol of freedom - as well as a few other places ...
... like: Meet you at the main train station...so after waiting a while at the following station (in case he followed behind) and buying another ticket and finding the right track...I met him at the main train station where he wanted to know what took me so long...and I wanted to know why he didn't get on the damn train with me. (You'll have to ask if you want more details.)
Then, yes, we went to relax by the river Spree.
... by someone who mistakenly thought they were important. We ignore him. He must think we are Jack or something, he doesn't understand our left footed capabilities. In a show of strength he does five push-ups, without a breather ... we stop immediately, this bloke is rough. Scratching for idea of things to do, having exhausted the ipad games and facebook I turn to my filthy shoes. Once as flashy as a high class escort, now resembling a twenty cent gutter slut, this had to change. ...
So far it's been really nice to have a "home" here in Berlin. We've been able to cook our own meals again, unpack, and start workouts with a trainer. Thankfully, the weather has warmed up and we haven't needed to use our new sweatshirts. This was particularly nice on Tuesday, when we had our first boot camp session with the trainer in nearby Mauerpark. After our workout we decided to check the Turkish market that runs every Tuesday and Friday. The produce looked great and ...
... to read. But we got there. It felt a bit familiar, the sounds and smells reminding us of the London Underground. Firstly we went to the DDR museum. It was very busy but it was extremely interesting to see how people lived in those times. It had all different aspects of life in the museum. The work they did, holidays, the food supply etc. Both of us really enjoyed the museum but with the amount of people there it was hard to dwell on anything. ...