Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... absolutely finished, the owner will often leave it inside the building entrance for other residents to have for free. If no one has taken it in a day of two, then it is put outside for anyone passing to have it.
Yesterday I took Nina to a child's playground just around the corner. On my way there I noticed a pile of interesting stuff. I resisted looking into it. Had a happy time at the playground. (See picture of Nina on ...
... where they had been. We were joined by a German named Jorge, with a seat reservation and a German/Macedonia family of 4 who had no reserved seats. These are not compulsory so many seem to not reserve seats just so they can save the 6€ fee. As a result the train never sells out but at busy times like today can become very overcrowded with queues in the corridor and passengers hogging the restaurant car seating. Obviously compulsory reservations ...
Since you can't get from Greece to Portland directly, we decided to take advantage of our flight routing on the way back and spend a couple of nights in Berlin. And luckily we ended up being there for the Brazil/Germany World Cup match.
We didn't have too much time, but saw some of the Berlin Wall sites and then spent an afternoon at museum island. The Pergamom museum was a great way to finish up our Greece trip.
... our walking tour we were off to the Rittersport chocolate shop which was a chocolate shop that enabled you to create your own flavours. The concept was quite simple you choose dark or milk chocolate then you choose from a large variety of ingredients including biscuits, lollies etc and then they put it all in a chocolate mould for you and you come back half an hour later and collect your personalised chocolate block. We made 3 blocks, I did one, Shaun did one and ...
... around Franzöische Straße was clean, ordered, wealthy and, in spite of the drizzling, misty November gloom, grand. A corner turned saw me face to face with the stately square of the Gendarmenmarkt, home to three huge neoclassical buildings, symmetrically placed as monuments to municipal planning, with the central Konzerthaus flanked by the domineering domes of the French and German Cathedrals. Surrounding these permanent fixtures was the first German German Market I'd ever seen, ...