Alper Hotel am Potsdamer Platz
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... it got swinging, which is about 1am when the dancing starts...then goes till 4 or 5. But we were asleep by then...couldn't wait for the dancing.
Today, Saturday, we explored some popular places in East Berlin, especially the DDR museum (the communists!), then ended up in the Sony Center to see a movie in English...very good dinner, terrible movie.
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... something Jason and I will try again during our time here and hopefully we will have better luck since our tour guide told us this unbelievable lack of respect for the memorial is very rare.
We continued on with our tour to learn about the difficulties Berlin experienced after WWII as well. After the War, Germany was split four ways amongst its allies: France, Britain, America, and the Soviet Union. West Germany was overseen by the three democratic ...
... something so tragic, but it was such a learning experience.
The following day I did the actual free tour and I also wandered around. I saw the East Berlin Museum. Its the largest section of the wall that is still standing and the government has turned it an art museum. A pretty beautiful thing to do with such a disgusting item. I made sure to get some typical German food, too. I had schnitzel with pork and some beer!
... tower to shoot you - and you would be shot fair in the head,no questions asked, no matter man, woman or child. We then went to see one of the few surviving watch towers and we also climbed up it. This was quite interesting as the tower was always occupied by two guards and it is quite large - maybe room enough for ten people. Afterwards we walked through Berlin's city park which is called The Tiergarten. It is quite lovely with a lot of people utilising it. At one end of ...
... even though we had plenty of time, all the walking back and forth was very tiring. Once we got to the correct platform the gentleman suggested that 200 crowns was a fair exchange for his assistance. He wasn't at all threatening, but we decided that it was such a small amount of money we would just pay up. He really had helped us anyway!
Once on the train we found our seats in the first class carriage. ...