A & O Hotel & Hostel Friedrichshain
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... road follows the river with long sweepers
changing often to either side of the river. You can almost get drunk without
drinking a sip. With wine stalks are visible as far as the eye can see as it is
the prime growing district for...ahem... Moselle- (funny that!)
I have no idea where they came from but suddenly about 2000
to 3000 motorcyclist headed our way possibly to some sort of gathering. We were
force to stop but pushed our ...
... shady tree, listening to soft jazz music playing in our cafe. Strolling back, we soaked up the vibrant atmosphere of the suburb, kids coming coming home from school with a parent on push bikes, adults sitting in the sun outside cafés and pubs and lots of small boutique type shops. Kelly type clothing shops, elegant kitchenware shops and a nice little crafty upmarket souvenir type shops that also was a cafe. Beryl bought herself a clip for her hair. Look for it in the photos ...
... people could be locked in for punishment. Outside the bunkers, the camp is huge, with a large square overlooked by watchtowers where Nazis had machine guns to keep the prisoners in line. Nowadays, there's also a memorial at the camp, as well as photos and information on life in the camps and the sorts of prisoners there. After lunch, we drove back ...
... slideshow loops only once every 6 years. Next, our tour guide led us to the middle of an empty parking lot. There was absolutely nothing special about this parking lot… other than the fact that it was built directly on top of where Hitler’s bunker once was, where he committed suicide. It was an eerie and surreal feeling standing so close to a place where someone so infamous ended his life and reign of terror. We also walked past the ex-Nazi ...
... as an outdoor art gallery and memorial.
We hopped off the bus at the Brandenburg Gate. We knew this would allow us to check out this famous landmark as well as the Reishstag and the Holocaust Memorial We also knew that this stop would allow us to walk to the site of the Hitlerbunker - unless you know what you are looking for or you are on a guided tour , you would never find this. We ...