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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... the question of whether or not it has limited Germany's ability to heal. Well, perhaps not entirly, for as you have seen the healing process is extremely complex and is affected by numerous facets. But it could have certainly had a negative impact. Claiming ignorance defers conversation, and lack of conversation slows recovery and memory. There is no need to read between the lines of our history if it is open for discussion, and not hidden away.
... of Others" recreates the prison routine with great authenticity, and sheds light upon the nature of Stasi operations. With 90 000 operatives, and over 100 000 informers, the Stasi really were everywhere, creating an atmosphere of suspicion, uncertainty, trepidation and mistrust.
Our mood of mild dread was lifted when we met a wonderfully over-enthusiastic fellow at a petrol station on the way back to Alona's, and even though he spoke no English, we had a laugh and a joke. He ...
It snowed again on Saturday for a short time. Paul and I spent most of the day pottering about cleaning up a bit, and complaining about my elbow. Paul made us vegie patties for lunch and we made our own burgers. They were so delicious that we did the same for dinner. He put potatoes, pumpkin, peas, corn, flour and some spices together, mashed it into flat delicious balls and fried them. Yum! It's making me hungry thinking about them! Marc also came to visit us in the evening to ...
... position! Time on the way back to stop for a look at Checkpoint Charlie. Checkpoint Charlie was the name given by the western allies to the best known Berlin wall crossing point between West Berlin and East Berlin during the Cold War. The famous sign at Checkpoint Charlie still boasts 'You are now leaving the American sector' however this sign along with the US guardhouse have been reconstructed for the tourists. Our accommodation in ...
... I want to cry as her music is moving me so much. I try pinching my fingers, then I try biting them, but it is no use, she is making me cry as tears roll silently down my face and I just cannot stop. Now she is being accompanied by the orchestra and I am undone. The orchestra is also magnificent and at the end they sing a Welsh song, what an emotional evening I am having. There is thunderous applause and many standing ovations. I shall never forget this ...