NH Berlin Frankfurter Allee
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Vienna's well-preserved and well-presented palaces and Romanesque buildings that seemed to fill the streets. However, I felt obligated to fulfil a tourist's duty to visit the Brandenburg Tor, the Fernsehturm (Berlin Tower) and Alexanderplatz.
The walk was exhausting both mentally and physically. We walked for 4 hours and I was ill-prepared for that; my shoes rubbed mercilessly at my feet and gave them blisters. The entire walk was conducted ...
... 07:00 am on a 3 hour train ride from the Port of Warnemunde to meet a bus which took us to Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp on the outskirts of Berlin, I won't say too much about this as it was quite hard to comprehend just how mankind can be so cruel. It's a place that I have always wanted to visit, but then again it was a very hard place to visit. This Camp was central to all the concentration camps so therefore became a Training Camp for the SS and a place that there was a lot ...
... The cost of things here are obviously much greater than what we've been used to in Asia, but overall, compared to Australia and other major European cities, it's not too bad. The weather though hasn't been too kind to us. One day was ridiculously cold and after walking around a few hours in shorts and a T-shirt, we needed to get back home. Supposedly the weather is supposed to be in the 20s during the month of July and that would be nice for ...
It was an gorgeous day in Berlin and the crowds were out enjoying the day. After taking some pictures in....we decided to answer our tummy cravings for true German Weiner Schnitzel and where better to find it than a street vendor. YUMMY!!!!! (And the best part...only 1.5 Euros.....nice change from Italy).
We then wandered on down the street to the Berlin Cathedral. The cornerstone of ...
... decided to build the Chapel and relocate the bones within its walls. It was thought that by displaying the bones, they would provide the people of Èvora an opportunity and a place to meditate on the transience of life and ever hovering death. Above the door a message warns, "Nós ossos que aqui estamos, pelos vossos esperamos," or "We bones that are here, for your bones we wait." Inside is a macabre display covering the four walls and eight pillars. The skulls stare down. ...