Panorama Am Adenauerplatz Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Normally I am excellent with directions. Ask me how to get anywhere in Eastern Pennsylvania or New Jersey and I will be able to direct you to the exit you need. Do not ask me about Berlin.
Of course getting acquainted with any new place, comes with a bit of a learning curve. Berlin is no different. The city has been giving me a bit of an unprecedented challenge and I often find myself "lost" and looking at a map. I put ...
... as the guy next to me reached in his pocket to pull out a €50 bill. The guy performing the trick pointed at me but I gestured at the guy next to me knowing that he was next in line. I looked back towards Dane, to see if he was checking this out. He was making his way over. I looked back at the game and the guy pointed at me again.
'No, no. I wasn't watching that time,' I refused.
Dane said that he saw so I encouraged him to point to which box it ...
... roommates' towel. Well as we were waiting for the dryer to finish there was an unexpected gust of wind strong enough to take the towel airborne and flutter down into the courtyard the stories down. When we went to get our stuff we asked for access into the courtyard to get the towel for our poor roommate, but it got stuck on a splinter protruding from the wall. I got up onto a ladder to pull it free. You're welcome JC from ...
Today I got to go to Berlin with everyone in my program (so all of the Germans who are coming to the US with us in fall, as well as all of the MSOE students). We took a train there, which was about 3.5 hours in total. The train ride was interesting because you could tell when you got into former East Germany, which was really not far from Lübeck as Lübeck is pretty much the farthest east city in former West Germany. Former East Germany is still ...
... course of its 27 year history, the annual transmediale festival has turned into an essential event in the calendar of media art professionals, artists, activists and students from all over the world. The broad cultural appeal of the festival is recognised by the German federal government who supports the transmediale through its programme for beacons of contemporary culture. http://www.transmediale.de It was a three day festival at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, ...