Hotel Pension Insor
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... used as a park, parade grounds and rally meeting points. Under the Nazis the Lustgarten was converted into a site for mass rallies and many photos of Hitler addressing large crowds were taken here. We continued down the road and arrived at the Humboldt University, a very famous and prestigious university. It was from their library that some 20,000 books written by 'degenerates' and opponents of the regime were taken to be burned on May 10 1933 in the square adjacent now called ...
... names and numbers of murdered Jews from each surrounding country. Once again a confronting attraction but worth going to really understand the horror. There's no mistaking it in its name. That night we headed out to one of Berlin's oldest restaurants, Kaisers Kitchen to cheer ourselves up and enjoy some good old German food. There was even a Kreuzeberg beer (tick). The next morning we headed out in the rain to Checkpoint Charlie and the nearby museum. Some of ...
... and the Berlin Wall of course (slightly underwhelming, but cool street art). An alternative sight that I really enjoyed was walking around and abandoned theme park, completely overgrown with trees but with a rotating Ferris wheel. Unfortunately it's guarded pretty well by security so you can't explore, but it's creepy and definitely worth a visit. But onwards and upwards to our next ...
... but I learned it was Germany Unification Day celebrations - even better!!
I got some sort of sangria beverage for about 4 Euro and it was very yummy. Later on I was getting a little bit peckish, so a bratwurst seemed fitting for the occasion and washing it down with a delicious caipirinha was fantastic. The live entertainment was really good too! I even heard “99 Red Balloons!”
I love how you can walk around on the streets with your cocktail, however, ...
... moved right away when they could easily just walk across the street to the west. The whole thing is just sad and yet again I was left wondering how anyone could think this made sense. And I am not even talking about the holocaust. All this in recent history is just mind boggling. I just needed some kind of palace to go to to clear my mind. So, I spent a lot of time walking around looking at walls and graffitti and went to a couple markets. I took a ...