- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... that were created as a memorial for the lost Jews in the war. Walking around this memorial is very spooky as the ground is designed to sink and rise with black rocks enclose you in Berlin was an amazing city with a startling and confronting past. There are parts of the wall preserved in all areas of the city as a stark reminder of a dark time in history. Despite this it is a vibrant city with a melting pot of street performers, music, arts and nightlife. Berlin was an AWSOME ...
We had been fairly determined to get some Berlin nightlife so after 2 Mohito's I searched on Top 10 Berlin night clubs and scanned the list to see if there were any we had a chance of getting in to, there was one - a 100 year old ball room that catered from ages 20's through to 80's.
Once we got there it was 5 euro to get in and "kitsch" is the right word, they were playing some sort of waltz with a quarter full ...
... carrying out these horrific orders but I saw pictures of dads, older men, and just normal people. I guess it is a good thing to check out museums because I'll always learn something! I walked back to the hostel lugging a heavy backpack and enjoyed my new city. I think I am staying in a nice area and that is relief! I was looking for dinner places when my friend from Munich, Allison, told me she knew a good place. I didn't have to eat alone! It was a really good restaurant and I ...
... on English. After three hours of drinking wine and chatting it was time to head off. I had a dancing date at white trash with Paul, Marc, Claudia, Monique and Andy. Danielle came along with me and we bumped into Paul at Alexander Platz. Marc and the Gang were already there so we caught up with them and danced the night away. White trash is an excellent alternative club in Berlin which has a lot of live acts and a lot ...
... teaching piano, Dvorak applied to the Austrian State Stipendium as a mean for income. In 1877, Brahms, very much impressed by Dvorak’s works, was on the panel of judges who awarded him 400 guldens. A letter written by Brahms about Dvorak’s music brought Dvorak much fame. Late Adult Years: During the last 20 years of Dvorak’s life, his music and name became internationally known. Dvorak earned many honors, awards, and honorary doctorates. In 1892, Dvorak moved to ...