aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... life must have been like on the other side.
Checkpoint Charlie is simply a photo op in the middle of an intersection with German actors portraying American soldiers so you can pose to have your picture taken (for a cost of course). But in history this was a point of entry into East Berlin for military personnel and foreign tourists only.
The Holocaust Memorial was an interesting stop along the way. This memorial is made up of 2711 cement blocks/columns to ...
... electricity, etc. So, more than a year ago, he came to the squat, found some land, used materials that had been discarded as trash by others and $500 (CDN) later, he built himself a house with 3 mattresses and a roof. There's no running water and he showers at the hostel he works at, but this js where he lives. It was really cool to see and the guide was really interesting. The city isn't a fan of 150 living for free in this abandoned area and there is talk ...
... good but very tiring. After that we got a coffee then walked down to where a small section of the Berlin Wall still stands. That was really interesting, but more interesting was the museum we went to next, the topography of terror. It was literally the most depressing place I've ever been. It outlined all of hitler's racial policies and had pictures and videos of people being hung and shot and terrible stories about war criminals who'd ...
... and sickening experience. The associated atrocities are unfathomable. The barracks were bad enough but the pathology building, infirmary and cellar mortuary were positively terrifying. We were glad to leave but left with a greater understanding of the Holocaust. We returned to our hostel and, following dinner, drank white wine and passion fruit cocktails called Kalte Muschi (translates to cold pussy) which cost us less than one euro a pop. ...
... place. This was the first pub crawl I had done with Busabout and only my second official pub crawl ever. There were about 100 people on the crawl altogether and it was actually a lot of fun.
The first pub we went to was one of the oldest in the area and looked like a bunker with one wall covered in graffiti. Here we got 2 free shots, a cherry and an apple liquor. I also bought a jäger bomb and a beer which cost me 6€. Very cheap. The good thing about Europe is that ...