Hotel Pension Senta
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... Weber” store and
Bev’s credit card suffered an almost fatal coronary. After a little medication we were off to find
our apartment, found it with no trouble at all, thanks to Google Maps and
helpful Crouts along the way. We dumped
our cases and set off to explore East Berlin on foot, by the way we did not
know we were in East Berlin they obviously took down that wall that separated
... roommates' towel. Well as we were waiting for the dryer to finish there was an unexpected gust of wind strong enough to take the towel airborne and flutter down into the courtyard the stories down. When we went to get our stuff we asked for access into the courtyard to get the towel for our poor roommate, but it got stuck on a splinter protruding from the wall. I got up onto a ladder to pull it free. You're welcome JC from ...
... stations and the last remaining part of the death strip. After the tour we went to the Anne frank museum which was interesting enough but wasn't what we thought it would be. We moved on to the Berliner Dom (cathedral), it was heavily bombed in WW2 so it's mostly been restored but still outstanding! We were able to climb 268 stairs to the dome gallery where we could walk around for a 360° view of Berlin which was fabulous! Next stop was across the road at the humboldt-box, ...
... onto a dance floor where the droning buzz of electronic music fills your head with tinnitus. Miks is a glimpse into the cities alternative image one that doesn't mesh with the traditional attractions in the city center. It's a glimpse into the evolving cultural practices of Germany's younger and politically undivided generation. Despite the look of the techno dungeon it turns out not to be nearly as sinister as our first impressions might make it seem. The people we ...
... There are two more Christmas markets near the Kaiser Wilhelm Gedaechtnis Kirche, which is the remains of a famous church that was not completely destroyed during the allied bombing of this city toward the end of WW II. Only the tower (63 meters high) of the memorial church remains standing and it was left as a ruin, in memory of the destruction caused by WW II. It is a Neo-Romanesque style structure that is affectionately called "the hollow tooth" by Berliners.