ibis budget Berlin City Potsdamer Platz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... Now she has such a hunger for bringing the light of Christ to her town and family! Paul tells us to "remember that you were at one time separated from Christ...having no hope and without God in the world" (Eph. 2:12). Thanks for all of your prayers. God is answering them on my behalf. Please pray for fruit from the Word preached, in my life and in the lives of those who hear it. My next message will be tomorrow morning at 10:00 AM. God ...
... feeling but hadn't put my finger on it. Apparently Berlin has the infrastructure to cope with tonnes more residents but they have an ageing population and high rate of people leaving for opportunities abroad. Tourism is what keeps Berlin afloat, and with the number of memorials and museums that you can visit, you could probably keep yourself occupied for months! After the tour we headed off for lunch and found a craft beer restaurant to sample the local ...
... some of the well known spots and also had some great dinner and beers, snug under blankets in the cafes. Enjoyed is the wrong word, took in the museum 'topography of terrors' one of a rare few museums Ben and I have frequented on our trip.
Spent the day after this at ‘Tropical Islands’. WOW. Take a look at the pics of this place. A MASSIVE tropical island and tropical rainforest (biggest in Europe – sure America has managed ...
... up at the Museum Island, where there are around 4 or 5 museums all in the same spot. It was a long stint and a lot of walking but so much interesting stuff to take in and we really enjoyed it. I think perhaps Kate's brain was fried by the end of the day, as was mine.
After the walk we quickly checked out the Museum of Terrors with Greg. It's basically a timeline of the war showing all the horrible things that went on, not a great if your a little bit queazy. ...
... bar we got another free drink and had a bit of a dance and then we had to catch a train to the night club. A few people bailed before this point but us stayers went out. Our tour guide bought 50 massive pretzels and I ate two of these on the train and then ran to the matrix club. It was pretty cool in here and they played lots of old school music, even a bit of Blink ez which was awesome! We danced around till about 3 and then decided we had better get some sleep! All in all a great ...