Pension Haus Bielke
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... history at university and lived in Berlin for past 6 years. He showed us the Parliament buildings and talked about the conflicted past the government's had and how Hitler came to power due to a fire in the building that was conveniently blamed on the social left parties and Jewish people. There was an 'Earth Day' market in the Tier Garden so we were unable to see the Soviet memorial up close. Over 180,000 died in ...
... for the pub crawl, then rejoined the tour.
After our rest stop we walked up to checkpoint charlie, saw the various historical posters of the area and the continued on, we walked through some plazas with various churches and then got to humbolt university, where there was the book burning monument. This was where the tour ended, the tour gave some good information about the history of the city and there were lots to see on the walk. After ...
... between West and East Berlin. We read the stories of East-Berliners who had attempted to escape to West Berlin, but Allied forces were unable to assist them in their attempts without starting a conflict with Soviet forces. There were very few successes.
Skyward and Palaces
For our last day, Izzy had purchased tickets to board a balloon which took us 150m into
the air ...
The Neo Nazi activists escorted by many Polizei are chanting "nazi get on it" outside the train station. It was very strange to hear those words. Coincidentally today we have decided to visit the Sachsenhausen Labour Concentration Camp just outside of Berlin. Interestingly the headquarters for the riot police being brought to Berlin today in their thousands are located at Sachsenhausen.
We meet Finn our typical white pasty Irish tour guide who is prepared with ...
... which the Berlin Wall is remembered. Where the wall once stood, you now find cobble stones lining it’s path, and as we drive around Berlin you notice the cobble stones crisscrossing all over the city. All maps must also have the Berlin wall draw on them. A reminder of where the division in the country once stood.
Towards the end of our tour we drove past the Reichstag, the German Parliament building and I was in awe. An enormous, stunningly ...