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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... They also host concerts and track events here with boxes. Our tour included a visit to the VIP box, a few feet from where Hitler opened the 1936 Olympic games. This stadium was built and the surrounding Olympic sites in only two years (with forced labor). Interestingly, another stadium was built previously on this site in 1913 with the hopes of using them for the 1916 Olympics, which were not held due to WWI. ...
... feeling. The designer never explained the meaning of the blocks and just wanted people to feel what they would feel, the impact was powerful and I highly recommend this sight if you choose to visit Berlin. After the tour we had the rest of the day to walk the streets of Berlin and explore what it had to offer, the gang decided to have a look in the Topography of Terror Museum and go back to the holocaust memorial where an underground museum was. ...
... 1500's and going until the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was a lot of history to absorb in one morning, so we headed out to Fassbender & Rausch. This chocolate shop has been in business for over 100 years and we could see why as it was packed with people. There is also a cafe & we splurged on cold chocolate with espresso & whipped cream. The fondue was also excellent with the Fassbender chocolate.
... time over, then you had to get changed and go back home again; this would take you all day. Personally I don't think that's worth the effort.
We walked through the town; it was mostly an old place. It takes over a million euro to renovate an old house, to bring it up to modern standard. Our guide was also telling us that while thatched roofs are the longest lasting....approx. 80 years, they are again expensive 80,000 Euro and house insurance is ...
Another day and another country to visit, I’m starting to get used to all this travelling. I’ve had a swell time in Amsterdam, lots of history, great night-life and somehow I’ve managed to behave myself, just about. Well today I’m off to Germany, Berlin to be exact and I’ve heard so much about the city I can’t wait to see it for real. It’s another early start (no way am I getting used to that) and it’s ...