Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... wheelchair which helped. Then it was time to enjoy Emirates Business class, firstly in an A380. Oh my God. I want to travel this way all the time. The lovely hostesses were so kind to me, helping me into my seat and giving me water straight away, then offering a glass of Veuve Clicquot Champagne before take off. Why not? I’m here for 6 hours. Pre dinner drink madame? Sure! Wine with your meal? Absolutely! And lets not forget the many meal option available to you…
... them. The concentration camps would receive payments for hiring the slaves and these monies were split among the SS Guards. Many of the companies who used this method of labour were or still are well known companies and some are still operating. At this particular camp, a shoe company paid for the "shoe test" to be carried out here. Around the area for roll call, there was a track formed by many different types of ground (ie. gravel, pavement, stones, etc). Prisoners carrying out ...
... was complete, symbolizing victory of anti-Fascism over Fascism. It was a very interesting place to visit but very terrible to learn about how these people were treated and see their stories and where they suffered. In the afternoon I went back to Berlin and wandered around and had a nice lunch now I am on the train on my way to ...
... but it was a lot more about the movement than the artists themselves. I saw a couple of good pieces, my favourite being a massive animal piece by a famous artist called Roa. This piece was approved and the artist went through a lot to get permission from the building owners, local mosque and 1UP, a graffiti crew who had already tagged the building and whose piece would be covered with the new artwork.
The tour ended at Yam, a Jamaican club along the river that divides ...
... before I headed off. Berlin is full of canals and my Uncle Joe lives very close to one of the canals so I thought I could just jump onto the track next to the canal and run 16km one way and then turn around and back track 16km. Well that would have been a good plan - although it would have been very boring but it would have been easier than making up my route on the trot, through farm land, housing estates and parklands, as the canal ...