art'otel Berlin Kudamm
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- Multilingual staff
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... daughter of the family I've been living with.) We all grabbed the subway over to the city's outskirts, and then walked through the woods up to an abandoned NSA tower, Teussel (sp). When we arrived (a 30-40 minute walk), the guards said there would be one last tour at 6pm, which gave us 20 minutes to walk around. There were many holes in the fence from break ins, as many people a) don't want to pay 7€, and b) want the thrill of searching ...
... to the Murdered Jews of Europe.
Located just a block from Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate, the five-acre site consists of 2,711 columns of different heights, arranged in a geometric grid pattern. We walked through the sloping grid, sometimes dwarfed by the columns, other times standing higher.
Personally, I found the memorial somewhat lacking.
I don’t get the significance of the 2,711 ...
... down and keep her in the Louvre in Paris. After his reign, the people of Berlin decided they wanted her back, so the marched into the Louvre, brought her back to her rightful place on top of the gate, and they changed her name to Victoria the goddess of victory and they changed the name of the square to the Parisian square, to show victory over Paris. And if you look at her eyes, she is staring right at the French embassy, she always keeps an eye on them. Our ...
... four stops in, an elderly dutch couple arrived at our door stating that we were sitting in their seats. The first indication we should have reserved seats. So we got out of the cabin floundered around a bit and then said goodbye to our pharmacist friend and found two open seats. Next we chatted with a couple from Argentina swapping details of life in our respective countries. Again another couple came to our door claiming we were ...
... we tried.
At 8:30 we made our way to the Reichstag and got in early. After security and an elevator ride to the top, we received earpieces for the audio tour. You have to picture the Reichstag. It's an old castle-like structure (built in 1894) on the front and at the four corners, but behind it is a modern glass dome which was part of the reconstruction after Germany reunified in the 1990s. There was a famous fire in 1933 which ...