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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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M M Central Apartments: The trip to Berlin was pleasant and uneventful. Even though we could have bought/ ordered food from the dinning car, we remembered to bring sandwiches and a salad ( for Laura) plus some snakes so the time passed quickly. Berlin Hbf is huge and very new. We caught a taxi and the driver was Turkish. He told us about how ...
... br style="color: rgb(20, 24, 35); font-family: Helvetica, Arial, 'lucida grande', tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">One of the highlights of our evening was taking pics at the Checkpoint Charlie with the soldiers (oh yea....we paid 2 euros each for 4 pictures) :P :P. This was super fun
... to orientate oneself to the city and to learn interesting facts along the way. A good deal for 9 Euro.
The site of Hitler’s bunker is actually a parking lot now. The sign to mark the spot wasn’t erected until 2005. They did not want this site to become a shrine for any Nazi supporters. Understood. But tourism allowed for this sign for historical purposes only.
The remaining stretch of the Wall is also somewhat protected and it gives an eerie feeling ...
... It's somewhat comforting to find familiarities from home all around the world. We took part in the service, had a nice meal, and met a couple of people before heading out.
Something we knew we wanted to do in Berlin was visit a concentration camp and one of the first built was Sachsenhausen which is about an hour away by train. It's hard to describe how the experience was, but we'll do our best. Sachsenhausen, an all male camp, was known not as a death camp, but a work ...
... it was definitely an intense atmosphere in the bar. Tourist or not, most people in the bar were cheering for Germany and when the Germans scored late, the place erupted. As soon as the match ended, "We are the Champions" blasted in the bar and the party started. We left shortly after to take a subway back to Alexanderplatz (the city centre of Berlin) to see what was going on there. By the time we got off the subway, the streets were flooded with people. ...