Seminaris CampusHotel Berlin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... street art, it represents the world’s largest mural collection. We’re in town just a few days before the 25th anniversary of the Wall coming down. Massive celebrations are planned, to be attended by dignitaries from around the world – although given the current tensions, nobody can tell us who’s coming from Russia. The exterior of the very grand Russian embassy on the Unter den Linden is being cleaned up. No coincidence – somebody big ...
... there is some construction happening. Later we think we have established Berlin is creating an underground subway. As well, there are coloured pipes everywhere. Surely this is not normal? We later came to learn that Berlin is built on a swamp and as soon as there is any construction of any sort, the foundations flood and they have to pump it out. Hence, all the pipes through the city with the enormous volume of construction underway. It's quite cold, but ...
Friday 18th October
It wasn't the best sleep and both of the boys ended up in our bed. Where we were staying the kids were upstairs so they felt a long way away. Thankful for a safe night we packed up , had breakfast and headed for our meeting point for our tour of the castle. We all felt safer this morning. Arriving in the old town square at 10am we were just in time to catch the end of the astronomical clock finishing it’s show. The clock ...
... Berlin Wall was bombarded by people trying to find out if this news was true. The guards were unable to defend the wall from this mass amount of people so eventually they gave up and let the people through. And that, ladies and gentlemen, was the end of the Berlin Wall. After taking tones of photos (which you can see below) and enjoying a slow afternoon we headed to a restaurant that our tour guide had recommended to our group yesterday. In German the ...
... in total; does that make him an expert? I sure think so. Additionally he was an extremely interesting, likeable, entertaining person with incredible and hilarious stories that make the adventures described in my blogs sound boring. He had me in stitches half the night with stories about his time in Africa, plus he is filled with a wealth of knowledge about pygmy hippos and rainforest wildlife in general. We ended up talking and drinking in a pub down the ...