Travel Blogs from Berlin
... the first two conferences--in Tehran in 1943 and Yalta in February 1945.At the Potsdam meeting, the most pressing issue was the postwar fate of Germany. The Soviets wanted a unified Germany, but they also insisted that Germany be completely disarmed. Truman, along with a growing number of U.S. officials, had deep suspicions about Soviet intentions in Europe. ...
... these are some of the things I did until now. I hope you found my first (longer than expected) blog entry amusing, interesting, or even informative. Comment if you have any suggestions or feedback or just feel like it! :)
P.S. For the Girls:
Cut or colour your hair! ;) Now is the chance to do it. Nobody will know you (in my case just my masters group) and it can grow out while you're away in case it turned out to be a bad idea! ;)
... which is always a fun day for both we artists and people to come to Jeannie's home. If you need detail of the Noon-5:00 Fall Art Sale, feel free to contact me and I'll give you the scoop. Now time to go out to dinner and beer with the German ...
... on the ceiling above and dark rooms with backlit screens. It tells you the stories of some of the people affected, how it developed and whereabouts it was prevalent. I didn't realise how far it spread to be honest, much further south than I thought. We had a wander around a local park which was beautiful as it was such a nice day. We headed back to the hostel to get ready for Berlin night out number two - the birthday! ...
... man in front of us asked if there was a lift… he didn’t look the fittest. He retired after the first set (of 5) stairs. The views up top were magnificent and enabled us to justify sharing a traditional Belgium waffle with warm melted chocolate afterwards. (If you haven’t noticed, when Matt writes a section of the blog it often becomes more food focused!?). Our trip to Bruges was reaching an end as we then journeyed towards Antwerp.
We initially ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSchoenhouse Apartments Berlin
Apartments were a generous size, however was on 3rd floor with no lift and steep staircase. Paid parking via a permit and street parking only. Free internet, breakfast not included but very nice cafe in foyer. Close to transport or a fair (but do-able) walk to main attractions. Berlin is a large city, spread out with a lot to see so some form of transport is advisable.
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