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... 50 million lives taken in WW2. 50 Million people! How many people are 50 million?! What's to be done with the Germans after the war! Divide Germany into occupied zones Berlin also divided into sectors In 1960, 10 000 citizens immigrated every month Keep them here, no more can go! Walls since the beginning of time Wall of Jericho, walls of ancient cities Ancient civilizations Do good walls make good neighbours? Borders, barriers ...
... The first thing we noticed about Berlin was how grey it was. And eventually Ed noticed that we were on the wrong (or was that right) side of the road. It was also colder than London, and Hong Kong, and even Wellington. We got off the bus at the main train station (Hauptbahnhof) and decided to walk to out hotel, past the Reichstag, a big park, a memorial to murdered gypsy, Brandenburg Gate (Tor), a very bleak but also very moving memorial to murdered Jews ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Die Etage Berlin
I don't like walking in the cold, but I did when searching for this hostel's address. Located at the end of Katherine street, very close to two groceries, one of them is even in the same building. Staffs were friendly, common room was decent, but showers and toilets were bad, I think they need to hire more staff for doing cleaning. It's a good choice when you're saving money, otherwise you can spend more of your euros and stay in the better one.
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