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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... after the evacuation of the camp in 1945.
Our tour guide was amazing and had so much knowledge on the place. We learnt that when you first arrived at the camp you had to explain why you were here. Depending on what you did you received a coloured triangle. Green was for criminals, rapist, murders etc. Pink for the gays, yellow for Jews, etc. From here you received a number and had your hair shaved off. You then got put into barracks. These had up too ...
... an area surrounded by tall glass highrise buildings and topped with a glass canopy. Interesting but I wouldn't have been upset if I hadn't seen it. Of more interest was the display just outside this centre where they had marked in the pavement and road where the Berlin Wall had been. Our next stop was related to the Wall, Checkpoint Charlie. The American checkpoint for those wanting to go into East Berlin or return to West Berlin. We spent quite while here learning about the history ...
... So now it’s a week later, I arrived back on Aussie soil 5 days ahead of schedule and spent the week organising medical appointments and finally on Friday (on the day I was supposed to come home) getting surgery to reset and pin my busted ankle. Now I’m home in my own bed, moon boot in situ, drugs on board and forced to be housebound for the next 6 weeks, definitely not the way to end a holiday! But if you asked me I would still absolutely get on another Segway….
... process rebuilding many buildings bombed during the war and building infrastructure to meet western standards. Visited the Allied Museum where they have moved the original "check point charlie" building to as well as an East Berlin watch tower and section of the wall. around the city they have left cobble stones in the streets marking where the wall used to be. amazing how ...
... afforded on these high speed electric trains. We all had a relaxing 3h 10m ride to Berlin.
The Berlin hauptbahnhof is another huge marvel of engineering. It is new, having been opened in 2006 (I think). There are regional trains, high speed inter-regional trains and underground trains converging here. However, for some reason, there was not a train to get to our hotel - BUT there was a bus that took us to a smaller station from which we dragged our luggage some ...