SensCity Hotel Albergo
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... suburbs growing up, I never felt quite a connection to where I was than when I lived in Baltimore last summer. The course put into words what I had felt over the summer and made me want to discover more.
Luckily for me, my semester in Germany will act as a continuation of my education in urban studies. Over the next 4 months, I will be immersed in a comparative city program with ...
... 30 from Hackescher Markrt - which was easy to get to via the subway and train. I had purchased the Berlin Welcome Card (at the airport) for about 35 Euro and it offers unlimited use of transportation and many discounts for tours and restaurants. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. His name was Rick and he was from Pittsburgh!!! Hahaha. He came here to study and then never left, once he fell in love with the city! The tour was very extensive taking us to many of the ...
... a family that took us in for more than a week and made us feel completely at home in New Zealand. We have stayed in touch since then and their oldest son, Grant, lives with his girlfriend Julia in Hamburg, which is a few hours from Berlin. We spent the day with Grant and Julia Sunday in Berlin and had an amazing time catching up. The day started with a free walking tour of "alternative Berlin". This ended up being one of our favourite things we did here. ...
... hours. We cleaned up a bit but really just sat around being silly. Around 7pm the girls went out shopping and I started making curry fried rice which turned out good. It used up the heaps of groceries we hadn't used. After dinner was much of the same. Me and Nim cleaned the entire kitchen and everyone packed. We need to get up early but we're not tired and we can sleep easily on the bus so we should be fine. I love you, ...
... down. There was a US - USSR tank standoff, there were many escapes over and under the hall by Germans, and a number of person were killed in such escape plots. Some people escaped in hallowed out automobiles and the actually cars are on display. Very moving museum for those that’s actually lived during those days. Kathy didn’t totally understand what all this meant until she visited the wall.
We also saw sections of the wall that are still up to memorialize the divided ...