SensCity Hotel Albergo
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- Pets allowed
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... in there, and there was a lot, I had no idea about. I especially found interesting the history of the propaganda wars and how the story of the impenetrable Nazi mountain fortress diverted the focus of the Ally military allowing the Soviet Army to reach Berlin first.
From the Topography of Terror I made a brief stop at Checkpoint Charlie. I wasn't too impressed with the people dressed as East German/Soviet Soldiers standing in front of ...
... It was almost 2.00 in the afternoon and Harry and I hadn't gotten no where. Then Harry suggested we find a flight to Sydney from Berlin. Harry persisted with this idea and found the flight we were after. But it wasn't until 6.00 at night that we finalized the tickets for our departure from Berlin. We had spent the whole day trying to find flight back to Australia.
... in an attempt to make it to the meeting spot. Our trek was marred by ticket machines that wouldn't take bills or our cards, our own pathetically poor sense of direction, and a woman yelling racial slurs at Jas and Jacqui. Naturally, we missed the trip.
Since we'd already bought our daypasses, take two for the day involved hopping a train to the city of Potsdam. This little city was formerly the summer seat of ...
... even tried some Schwarzwurst - it is OK but only in a small amount. I had the obligatory Wiener schnitzel (even though it's actually an Austrian dish) at a German pub. At Kylie's recommendation, I had a Currywurst. This is a fast food sold at street vendors, consisting of a steamed pork sausage which is then deep fried, and covered in chilli sauce. It was interesting. I've tried a few German beers which were all good. I've resisted the temptation to eat French or Italian, ...
... amazing buildings such as HSBC in Hong Kong, city hall in London and the Millennium bridge in London. The dome is pretty cool, it's an open air structure and is designed to provide my light to the chamber where all the elected officials do their government business. The dome also does loads of other fancy stuff like collect rain water, provide ventilation and be a tourist attraction! The view from the roof of the Reichstag is amazing, I just wish I had my ...