Akzent Parkhotel Trebbin
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... okay lol. After dinner and a few drinks we made our way to the monkey bar for a nightcap. This was a very hip bar that we actually had to line up to get into. It was on the top floor of a hotel near our accommodation that overlooked the zoo. Given it was nighttime we couldn't see much but it was a very trendy cocktail bar and would have great views during the day. Mum and I walked home from the bar, boycotting the public transport, and were in bed just after ...
... organised I went out to meet my friend Naomi for a beer or two. I had not seen her for ages and we did a lot of catching up. I met her at Prater Biergarten, which is the oldest beer garden in Berlin. Just as a word of warning, I think my Berlin blog will be slightly different than my other blogs. Yes, I will still do things and see things but I am also catching up with a lot of friends and family. I have been to this city ...
... s and the Christian and Jewish groups living with them. I had not realised the extent of trade and influence with China. There was a beautiful pray niche and ceramics, plus beautiful paintings from India. We spent quiet some tome time in this museum. Next we went to the Neues museum, we refuelled here with a much needed coffee and cake! this museum was badly damaged during the war and many, many artefacts were lost. You could see the paintings ...
... lunch, I went to the Palace of Tears. This is not a palace. It's a small building attached to Friedrickstrasse railway station. The station was one of the few entries between West and East Berlin that were accessible. At the time people from the East could not visit the West. Westerners could get Visas to visit the East, to see family and friends cut off from them. They had 24 hours and then had to leave. The 'Palace' was the immigration centre where ...
Grunewald is a train station where the Jews were taken to be loaded and taken to camps to be killed. Some were spared to become slaves of forced labor. The Jews were herded as animals, or freight, up a street where they were crammed into train cars. The train stations gave the state a reduced rate for transporting the Jews to death camps because they were sending so many. This made the Gestapo pleased!
There are iron memorials with the dates and number of Jews sent to ...