Sunshinehouse-Berlin

Address: Wexstrasse 8, Berlin, 10825, Germany | 4 star inn
 
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Location

This 4 star inn, located in the Tempelhof-Schöneberg area of Berlin, is near Kaufhaus des Westens (KaDeWe), Berggruen Collection (Sammlung Berggruen), Schöneberg, and Schoneberg Rathaus.
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    ... the 200 miles to Berlin flew by, courtesy of the lack of speed limits (most of the time) on the motorway. We arrived at our flat in Prenzlauer Berg by 2.30, and dropped our bags. We parted company with Olivia & Alex, who were off to their accommodation in central Berlin, and drove to the Ostbahnhof to hand back the hire car. When we returned to the flat at about 4.30 we were definitely in need of a cuppa!
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    ... only He is! This is why He tells us that apart from Him we can do nothing (Jhn. 15:5) and that in our weakness His strength is made perfect (2 Cor. 12:9). After the message today it was a joy to speak with Katrin. The Lord brought her to saving faith after 26 years of darkness. She not only had never heard the gospel but had never met a single believer. Such was the plight of many born under the spiritual oppression of the former ...

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