Meininger Hotel Berlin Tempelhofer Ufer
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... with a lot restaurants and shopping. It was the commercial hub of old West Berlin when the city was divided and is still very lively and 3 blocks to my hotel in Savigny Platz. I went to a restaurant called Dicke Wirttin where I had a cold Berlin Kindl beer with Schweinebraten. That's roast pork with dumplings and red cabbage. Yeah...welcome to ...
... due to the atrocious acts that took place all over Europe against Jewish people. It was a really moving place that really made you take a step back and give thanks for all of the freedoms we have now.
After the Memorial, we saw two more places: the Bradenburg Gate and the Reichstag. The Bradenburg Gate is a symbol of Berlin known worldwide. It is a triumviral arch that was made as a gate into the city in the late 18th century. In the Prussian Empirical days ...
... miles. In hindsight, I understand why we were completely exhausted.
We went on a day trip Sachsenhoussen Concentration Camp just outside Berlin in the town of Oranienburg. This camp was built as a model camp for all others in 1936. Many camps before this time were set up in abandoned factories in an inconvenient way. This camp was not created to kill people. This was to contain political prisoners, criminals, and social outcasts. That is not to say they didn't house ...
... needs class on Friday and the students had been swimming as one of their classes. Needless to say when they came back they were hungry and tired but they loved the story and worked very hard to understand us and then respond to us in English. Now, back to Berlin. This trip was a quick trip. We left on Friday, spent 9 to 5 Saturday walking around Berlin with a tour guide, and then ended the night by going up in ...
... party at her lovely flat near tierpark.. Which Paul and I have learnt this week means animal park! We have found this funny tv series called extr@ which is almost a German version of the 90s classic 'friends' - even the intro music is similar. It's all in German however spoken quite slowly with very universal sitcom themes which make it easy for us to understand. I think it was designed for those speaking German as a second language. It's ...