1A Apartment Guesthouse and Hotel
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On Sunday morning, august 13th 1961, the border between West and East Berlin was closed. East German soldiers tore up the streets and the roads in order to prevent any vehicle to pass by. Barbed wire and wired fences were installed along the border towards West Berlin. Anyone trying to hinder the work would be shot.
During the course of one day, many families were split apart. If someone happened to be on the wrong side of the ...
... to the Theresienstadt concentration camp, then briefly to Auschwitz, and finally to separate slave labor camps until the end of the war.
I responded that I would be delighted to help with the assignment. And furthermore, we'd be in Berlin in just a few months.
We made arrangements to meet at the school, which has moved from its previous location to a much larger site in the Grunewald district.
... of the train connections, and then got to the airport ridiculously early (before the airline even opened #germanwings). Then, my flight was delayed, which made me almost miss my connection in Cologne to Berlin, meaning I was already a little stressed by the time I got to the hotel to meet the rest of the family. Much to my surprise, they were not checked in at the hotel, so I sat in the lobby and waited.... After getting a ...
... lots of WW2 and Cold War museums, walked along sections of the Berlin Wall, did the city bus tour, went to the Berlin Zoo which was by far the best Zoo we've ever been to, went to Hard Rock Cafe, Legoworld and as far as nightlife goes, it was catching up on some movies. There was even some time for some shopping even though we haven't got much room left. Our week of luxury was very nice indeed and Berlin is definitely a place we want to come back to (sans kids next time).
... and Brandenburg Gate, which had a political protest and several horse as carriage combinations under it. Having had our fill of the vast concrete jungle we then spent an hour wandering through the gorgeous Tiergarten, and enjoyed the beautiful autumn colours of the tall trees above and around us. We had very tired feet when we eventually met up with Nic's friend from college, Tom. We had arranged to meet under a world clock, and a pre ...