The 'perfect' European cafe - I haven't found better. Beautiful garden, great food, the kind of service you always hope for, reasonably priced
The one place I always head for.
Vietnam-Visa. How to get it??
This question must be common to guys who love to travel to Vietnam. therefore, I am willing to answer you foreigners how to obtain Vietnam visa. Let's go:
Officially, there are 2 ways to get Vietnam visa.
The first way is going to Vietnam embassy in your country, pay pee, take an interview of your entry'purpose and wait about 4-5 days to get your visa.
In case you do not want to take time to get Vietnam embassy or there is no Vietnam embassy in your country, you are advised to use the following way.
The second way is staying at home and visit travel agent's website, fill out secured application form, pay service fee ($ 20 for 1 month single entry, $ 25 for 1 month multiple entry, $ 30 for 3 month single and $ 35 for 3 month multiple), receive your visa approval letter within 1-2 working days via email and finally get your visa stamped at arrival airport in vietnam (one more thing, you have to pay stamping fee directly to Vietnam Immigration Officer)
Hopefully, this information is helpful for you. If you have any questions, I am very pleased to help you. My Skype id is bong192.
Have a nice day!
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The site of the main remand prison for people detained by the former East German Ministry of State Security (MfS), or 'Stasi', has been a Memorial since 1994.
Since the vast majority of the buildings, equipment and furniture and fittings have survived intact, the Memorial provides a very authentic picture of prison conditions in the GDR. The Memorial's location in Germany's capital city makes it the key site in Germany for victims of communist tyranny.
Very interesting site and great guided tour, also in English available.
Genslerstraße 66, 13055 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 986082 ext. 30
Google map: bit.ly/16T3KGU
Tram M5 from the S-Bahn (City Railway) stations at Alexanderplatz or Landsberger Allee to the Freienwalder Strasse stop. The Memorial is then about a 10 minute walk down Freienwalder Strasse.
Tram M6 from the Hackescher Markt S-Bahn (City Railway) station to the Genslerstrasse stop. Genslerstrasse begins at the back of the Allee Center. The Memorial is then about a ten-minute walk, past the Hotel Kolumbus on the left. The former restricted area stretched to the north of the footpath; the Memorial is at the end on the right.
Tram 16 from the Frankfurter Allee U-Bahn (tube) and S-Bahn (City Railway) station to Genslerstrasse. Genslerstrasse begins at the back of the Allee Center. The Memorial is then about a ten-minute walk, past the Hotel Kolumbus on the left. The former restricted area stretched to the north of the footpath; the Memorial is at the end on the right.
From Lichtenberg U-Bahn (tube) and S-Bahn (City Railway) station, take the 256 bus to Liebenwalder Strasse/Genslerstrasse. It's then about a five-minute walk down Genslerstrasse past the Hotel Columbus.
Or for the Dutch by bike.
This bar is located on the 17th floor of a seventies apartment complex in Berlin. To get there you need to take a glass elevator which is on the outside of the building! At the top is a classy bar with panoramic views across this city. They take their music seriously and regularly host top international DJs. They also make the best martinis ever, a few of those should give you the courage to take the elevator back down again.
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