HSH Hotel Apartments Mitte
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... later on in the day but at least it was ok for now. We wondered whether to risk the emissions pass but I'm glad we didn't as later on we saw lots of parking inspectors out and about and I think we would have been fined. So THEN we trundled off to the service station with the vehicle registration, another few hundred metres down the road only to find that we needed paperwork, VIN number on the car etc. Pays to do your homework but also a ...
... like we're going to Berlin! HUGE THANK YOU TO YOU TOM!
We arrived on Saturday night and met up with an old friend of mine (and best man in our wedding), Mike. Well, we actually met up with his brother Dave who was supposed to be meeting him with us. Dave let us know that Mike had gone AWOL and hadn't been heard from for a while. We wandered around ourselves looking for him for a bit but without a cell phone with local service it can be ...
I’ve often heard that Berlin is one of the most underrated cities in Europe, and having spent the past 3 days here, I absolutely agree with that sentiment. Berlin has been a pure delight. The weather finally turned for the better and there have been cool to warm days with no rain. It made for perfect 'walking the city’ conditions.
And what a city it is, in all honesty it almost feels like a giant park rather than an urban center. As ...
... sunscreen. Heading toward Sachsenhausen Finn points out the posters for various political parties. The most interesting being the NPD, a much despised party with only around 10,000 followers. A few years ago the leader had a campaign sign with him pictured revving a motorcycle saying "get on the gas". Things are tense in Germany with elections looming next month.
One of thousands of concentration camps, Sachsenhausen was a labour camp primarily that ...
... something so tragic, but it was such a learning experience.
The following day I did the actual free tour and I also wandered around. I saw the East Berlin Museum. Its the largest section of the wall that is still standing and the government has turned it an art museum. A pretty beautiful thing to do with such a disgusting item. I made sure to get some typical German food, too. I had schnitzel with pork and some beer!