Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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Built to separate West Berlin from East Germany and East Berlin, once, this 155km long wall was a used as a means to protect its population from fascist elements conspiring to build a socialist state.
Nothing was sacred for the construction and maintenance of the wall. In 1985 a church ...
... structure adorned by statues showing a battle between Giants and the Olympic Gods. Much of it is missing but it's sheer size still made for an impressive display. This was a great museum and because we're students we got 50% off! Slow shuffling around the museum had drained us of energy so we recovered in the Lustgarten, a small grassy square surrounded by the imposing Berliner Dom and Altes museum. In the evening we decided to join a queue. We were queuing for ...
After a marvellous nights sleep in our quite hotel we had breakfast at the Artim. It was fantastic with lots of choices including meatballs and fresh buns. We decided to do some shopping. The KaWeDe was close by our hotel. It had been pointed out by our taxi driver. It was like Selfridges in London, quite posh, lots of nice things. We continued down the road to see a church bombed in WW2 which was left in disrepair. We are not sure why. ...
... Clear Greek fire water, I was enjoying every minute. Kathy stuck with Jagermeister, she is the Jager queen. Off to a small student bar on the Kantstrasse we had a couple of local brews before heading to the Hotel. Such a long and enjoyable day. If only it had been sunny. A temperature of 41 degrees F kept us bundled up.
Tomorrow we are off to find a Stamp store and the Schloss Charlottenburg, yes you guessed it, there is a great Christmas Market there at the ...
... be 350 years old next year. This includes the chair that I sit on. I was way too scared to show him the 2 rings I had made with my hot cup of tea on the desk. It is a beautiful desk, dark wooden. It has three draws at the bottom and the desk folds out from the top to make the desk. It's a beautiful design. He then told me that the painting in which we have in the middle of the room is from a famous Russian and more of his works are housed in the Moscow museum, ...