Hotel am Hermannplatz
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... consisting of brass cobblestones with names and stories of the Jewish person who lived near there who were murdered (Berliners are keen to use that word) in the war. An all transport tour ensued (U Bahn, tram, S Bahn and plenty of walking) covering new art precincts for musicians, sculptors and street artists, and an up close look at the East Side Gallery, which is the longest stretch of the wall still standing, about 1.3 kilometres. It is covered in street art done by ...
... most of the way back to the flat, via the Tiergarten and the Brandenburg Gate.
At about 8pm Olivia and Alex came to the flat, and we went to the little speak-easy cocktail bar down the road. The English waiter there remembered us from our visit in October! We were able to celebrate Olivia receiving her first offer of a second year place at University, which is a relief - the offer is from Sussex - possibly not Olivia's ...
... features of this city, not so anymore. These days Berlin is a city with a distinctly cosmopolitan feel and it breathes history out of every brick, the way it was a century ago. This city and its people have endured enormous hardship and it is a testament to their spirit and will that they have rebounded time and time again.
One could write a book on these subjects, and many actually have. I, on the other hand, will not. ...
Still no news on our luggage. However we have got ourselves sorted out and settled for the next bit of our holiday. Beth has worked out how to do without her diabetes supplies in the luggage and is in a much better place. Spent a bit more money on clothes and have decided to do the weekend in Stockholm with a backpack each as carry on luggage. Two reasons I think it was Air Berlin who have lost our luggage and we don't want to risk it again, and, we don't have ...
... for the first time and laid by the river enjoying the serenity. The campsite was beautiful, but it was interesting trying to find someone who spoke English.
Berlin was the first real struggle that we have encountered. Neither of us had been too impressed by anything there, however we were both happy to have seen it and checked it off our lists. The wall had some amazing art and it was interesting to hear about the history of the place, even though ...