ABACUS Tierpark Hotel
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the other guests; they look like a band of brothers, all the same round faces
with very short crew cut hair and a bleak stares in their faces. They turned
out to be Moldavians working in Germany. The owners of the hostel were
Russians. All in all not a happy lot.
Leaving Mainz the next morning we took the autobahn for
the first 20 km and adjusted the GPS to avoid all autobahns or high speed
freeways. We headed ...
... by it imprisoned those who were defined as 'racially or biologically inferior' by National socialist ideology. During 1936 and 1945 more than 200,000 communists, Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, disabled and beggars were incarcerated, many of whom died from being over worked, diseases, starvation and maltreatment.
Visiting this camp was incredibly emotional and harrowing, you cannot even begin to get your head around ...
... badly bruising his arms in the process :( it was then decided that we should head home to recover. Typically the weather cleared in te evening and we took a walk around our part of Berlin, stopping to get a drink and talk politics for a couple of hours. The way home consolidated my fears we were in a dodgy part of town. The street was covered in glowing red lights and prostitutes held the corners. We carefully made our way ...
... s, small shops, and a very friendly environment. Today a multiple checking if the lost luggage web page with our special login details but at 5:00pm Wednesday the message is "still searching for our luggage". So caught the tram into Alexander Plat to get some tourist maps to help us get around and then do some planning in case our luggage does not arrive in time for us ...
... Gallery (the remaining part of the Berlin Wall which has been turned into a canvas for street artists), the Holocaust Memorial (a huge square filled with concrete blocks of different sizes and shapes), Checkpoint Charlie (where authorised people could cross between the east and west), Alexanderplatz (where the massive tower with the ball on the top sits), and the Brandenburg Gate (the former city gate). We will get ...