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Nice Circus Hotel Berlin photos

A few nice circus hotel berlin images I found:

Apartment at the Circus Hotel, Berlin
circus hotel berlin
Image by heatheronhertravels
www.circus-berlin.de/

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http://www.heatheronhertravels.com/budget-boutique-bliss-at-circus-hotel-in-berlin/

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Apartment at the Circus Hotel, Berlin
circus hotel berlin
Image by heatheronhertravels
www.circus-berlin.de/
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http://www.heatheronhertravels.com/budget-boutique-bliss-at-circus-hotel-in-berlin/

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Apartment at the Circus Hotel, Berlin
circus hotel berlin
Image by heatheronhertravels
www.circus-berlin.de/

Read my review of Circus Hotel on my travel blog
http://www.heatheronhertravels.com/budget-boutique-bliss-at-circus-hotel-in-berlin/

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Cool Art Hotel Berlin images

Some cool art hotel berlin images:

Berlin Wall – 23
art hotel berlin
Image by Ed Yourdon
(more details later, as time permits)

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I’m not sure what I expected when I walked out of my hotel one morning during my vacation visit, jumped into a taxi, and asked the driver to take me to the Berlin Wall — but not this.

My driver patiently explained, in English that was far superior to anything I might have dreamed of attempting in German, that there was really one one section of the wall (also known as the East Side Gallery) that remained intact — on Mülenstraße, which was only a few kilometers from my hotel. So off we went, and my driver smiled as I got out of the cab, with a pleasant request to “Enjoy yourself!”

I’m not sure “enjoy” is how I would characterize this experience … but it was one that I’m certainly glad that I had. The section of the wall along which I walked was separated from the Spree River by a grassy knoll about 50 yards wide (though I subsequently learned that the border itself, back in those days, was the river) … so I could get some distance and perspective as I looked at some of the vivid artwork. And that was on the “back side” of the wall; there was more street art on the “front side” that ran along Mühlenstraße. I walked both sides, several times, and did my best to photograph everything…

I don’t think there’s much point in my translating, explaining, or even commenting on the photos you can see here; there are 105 altogether, and they speak for themselves, with messages that are pretty self-explanatory. There may be a few phrases in German that you don’t understand; but Google will help you out.

One of the signs commemorated the 25th anniversary of the reunification of Germany—which, of course, was an almost immediate consequence of the collapse of East Germany, and the dismantling of the wall. But it made me wonder: how long will any of this last? It’s obviously meaningful to me and my generation; and if my parents were alive, I’m sure it would take their breath away. As for my children’s generation, and their children’s generation … well, who knows?

And a hundred years from now, will any part of this one small stretch of the old wall, which runs for only 1.3 kilometers, still be standing?

Image from page 170 of „The Argonaut“ (1877)
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Identifier: argonaut571905sanf
Title: The Argonaut
Year: 1877 (1870s)
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Subjects: Journalism
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the honorof highest percentage, both in theory as wellas technical work in that examination. Thisand other successes have been rewarded byunsolicited compliments from such artists asEugene DAlbert, Louis Maas, Calaxin, La-valle, Camilla Urso, and professors of theRoyal High School of Music in Berlin.An efficient class of teachers is engaged bvProfessor Bonelli in all branches of musicparticular attention being given to piano andharmony. Painting Perspective Anatomy DAY CLASSES, NIGHT CLASSES,SATURDAY CLASSES. School now open. For terms apply at theoffice of the school, corner of Pine and MasonStreets, or by mail to the assistant secretaryMark Hopkins Institute of Art. Exhibition of Paintings BY Prominent California ArtistsOCCIDENTAL HOTEL PARLORS CLOSES September 14th H. W. Hansens Entire Collection FREDERIC JUNIOR — Wm. Morris, the veteran art dealer,is fitting up new quarters at 317 Sutter Street, es-pecially designed by him for the classification anddisplay of his art collection.

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Yon Ought to have an Autopiano It has been reserved for the twentieth century to see the perfection of theAUTOPIANO. It is a mistake to suppose that the results to be obtained from thisinstrument are purely mechanical. The man who can not read a note, and who nevertouched a keyboard, may learn in a surprisingly short time to control the mechanismand obtain effects of tempo, accent, and dynamic contrasts heretofore only possible toa Liszt or a Paderewski. It places within the reach of people unable to play any in-strument the possibilities of hearing the best music in their homes, and hearing itartistically played. If you have a piano and no one to play it. or if you love the great musical com-positions and are unable to hear them in your own home, you should have an AUTO-PIAXO. It is capable of giving greater pleasure to the listener than the pianist ofeven more than average ability, and it is said by many that the enjoyment of the per-former in giving all his attention to shading and

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GRAFFITI DETAIL
art hotel berlin
Image by rafeejewell
Second Life holiday parties was an incredible mix of trance, dnb, electronica, dark psy, goa, minimal, proggy, acid, experimental, industrial, noize, tribal, jazz, live music, country, blues, reggae, salsa, classical, opera, and Christmas music. I heard it all and then some.

I love music of all kinds. If it’s good, it’s worth listening to, so don’t start with the nose-up-in-the-air over your favorite genre. Believe me… good music will always find an audience. An audience of sophisticated listeners will stop to listen to any good sound… even if it isn’t part of your normal repertoire.

What is amazing is that dj’s and musicians around the world know this, and they borrow from all genres to create their own personal sounds.

Here in Second Life, we get the results from around the world. World music mixes with the trendy sounds of the day, and we get the sounds that we love so much.

I want to thank all the dj’s, musicians, club owners and event makers in SL. You guys made a holiday scene like no other. APPLAUSE & BRAVO ::::

Special thanks to you <3:

Dance Island
Organica
Divaz
Musik Hauz
DeRailed
Piranha
BassLine Island
Electro Smog
alt7
MMAC
GiveMeSpace
Underground Artists
Home
Club Neptune
Sphynx Jazz Club
Kromatic
8Wall’s Place
United Beats
Odessa
ArtHole
Steam Punk Airship
Electro Violence
Ibiza the Island
Rancho Brasil
The Laundry
Phatland
Asagao Treasures
Seat
DC-10
Casablanca Hotel
R.A.R.E.
Club Enigma
Jade’s Jazz Island
Instyle Fashion Agency
Grafton Mall
S&S Gallery
2nd Zone

… and kisses to ::
Xavier
Aosh
Ronnie
Stig
Mackenzie
Lou
Leo
Professor
Grease
Hallow
Jas
Nos
Thomm
Finny
Renanyoy
Daemon
Donna
Deirdre
IPR365
Pan
Arora
8Wall
Space
Qee
Shad
Healer
Queen
Digi
Stefan
Jen
Max
Xavier
Zod
Tina
Melt
WET
Sully
Sylvain
Alb
Web

Without you guys, the party scene would be dull indeed!
<3 <3 <3
2009… here we goooooo!

Cool Hotel Kleist images

Check out these hotel kleist images:

Image from page 420 of „Twenty centuries of Paris“ (1913)
hotel kleist
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Identifier: twentycenturieso00smi
Title: Twenty centuries of Paris
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Smith, Mabell S. C. (Mabell Shippie Clarke), 1864-1942 Kleist, Herbert, 1902-1986, former owner. MB (BRL) Armstrong, Margaret, 1867-1944, cover designer Kleist Collection (Boston Public Library)
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MAIRIE OF THE ARRONDIbSEMENT OF THE TEMPLE.

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SALLE DES FETES OF THE HOTEL DE VILLE. PARIS OF TO-DAY 379 There have been three Expositions in Parisunder the Third Republic. Each has left behinda permanent memorial. The Palace of theTrocadero, dating from 1878, is a huge concerthall where government-trained actors and singersoften give for a strangely modest sum the sameperformances which cost more in the regulartheaters with more elaborate accessories. Thearchitecture of the Trocadero is not beautiful butthe situation is imposing and the general effectimpressive when seen across the river from thesouth bank where the Eiffel Tower has raised itshuge iron spider web since the Worlds Fair of1889. The tower is a little world in itself with arestaurant and a theater, a government weatherobservatory and a wireless station. Since avia-tion has become fashionable the frequent purr ofan engine tells the tourist sipping his tea inEnglish fashion on the first stage that yetanother aviator is taking his afternoon spin around the Tour Eiffel.

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Image from page 296 of „Twenty centuries of Paris“ (1913)
hotel kleist
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Identifier: twentycenturieso00smi
Title: Twenty centuries of Paris
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Smith, Mabell S. C. (Mabell Shippie Clarke), 1864-1942 Kleist, Herbert, 1902-1986, former owner. MB (BRL) Armstrong, Margaret, 1867-1944, cover designer Kleist Collection (Boston Public Library)
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HOTEL DES INVALIDES. ^h-V/tf

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SAINT SULPICE.From a print of about 1820. PARIS OF THE GRAND MONARQUE 267 erected by the admiring Parisians to do honor tohis early victories. The fire department be-came a lay institution at this time for, rathercuriously, fire fighting had previously been thework of a religious house. The population isestimated at between eight and nine hundredthousand. Two new squares of this century were the Placedes Victoires, in front of Notre Dame desVictoires, and the Place Vendome, north of therue Saint Honore. By a city regulation nochange is permitted to-day of the facades ofthe buildings on these two open places. At the extreme eastern end of modern Paristhe Place de la Xation is the former Place duTrone, which received its name when in 1660Louis sat upon a temporary throne beyond thecity wall to receive congratulations upon havingsecured the Peace of the Pyrenees. The poet Scarron, husband of FranchisedAubigne who, after his death, became thegoverness of the kings children by Madame deMon

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