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... It seems that whatever the Nazi party stood for in the 30s and 40s, Berlin has chosen now to support the opposit. The Nazis promoted homophobia while Berlin is now one of the gay capitals of Europe (by the way, we will unfortunately be missing the Pride parade, which is this weekend while we are in Prague!); the Nazis promoted oppression and sameness while Berlin now promotes diversity and expression. It is a ...
... thoughts on the country were positive ones. Germans are so very organised so travelling is made easy- maps and road signs are clear and everywhere, people are helpful and many of them speak fluent english. Transport is clean and reliable. Our favourite thing was probably Oktoberfest and our time with Kim, we would definitely bring back their mixture of business-like organisation and counter culture (somehow it just works) and regret not hitting Berlin's famous ...
... of coming back in less that four Yeats, and holding back the tears, I hopped on the S42 towards my bus stop.
It was a lot harder than I thought to say goodbye to berit and her friends. I think this may have been due to the fact that I have had the most incredible time in Germany. And I didn't want it to end.
But Copenhagen was calling my name.
I got to the bus station ten minutes early. To find the bus not there yet. I ...
... you'll know what I mean when you see it. So got to the abandoned camp and entered quite easily, over a broken concrete fence post and past the barbed wire.....wandered round for a while taking in the sheer size of the place, as I was I saw some other people in the distance, not sure if they were exploring as I was or some kind of securlty, either way I wasn't prepared to spend a ...
... with its porcelain carillion(bells). Meissen's medieval Albrechtsburg Castle and Cathedral from the 15th century, is the oldest original fortress in Europe having missed being damaged in any wars. From here we moved onto Dresden, known as the 'Florence of the Elbe' because of all the Italian artists and craftsmen who visited leaving incredible masterpieces all over the city. Much of the city was bombed and incinerated just before the end of WW2 - ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 103 Berlin
Very welcoming hotel. Fantastic location, just a short walk from the S-Bahn and U-Bahn train networks as well as many restaurants, shops and even a shopping mall. My only fault for this hotel has to be the fact that the rooms were not cleaned during our stay as we could have done with new towels.
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