SORAT Hotel Ambassador Berlin
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Muy buena calidad precio, y en una buena zona de compras de Berlin
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... later in the early '70’s. In those days much as now, Berlin (or rather West Berlin) was not like anywhere else in (West) Germany. Isolated then from the rest of the country, reachable only by air flying in to Templehof airport; or a drive along a heavily guarded corridor from the west or by train as I did. The city then was full of quirky people attracted by incentives offered by the government in Bonn, speaking heavily American-accented English learned from the many ...
They say you know something/someone is good if you leave them a better person. THANK YOU INDIA for letting me fly away a better person after just a month. It's not just from the jet black hair I know have, the fact I've had one warm bucket wash in a month, only washed clothes twice, spent time with the best kids in India, know more yoga poses, eaten some magical foods, ...
Today was a very emotional day. We decided to go on a tour of a former concentration camp called Sachsenhausen, 45 minutes outside of central Berlin. This camp was established in 1936 and was designed and built as a model for other concentration camps. It seems horrible to think about it this way, but other fascist leaders used to come for tours of the camp to see the "right" way to do it. The grand entrance to the camp used to be decorated with flowers and gardens to ...
... damaged during the war, but was substantially neglected during the 40 years of communist government rule in the former East Germany. It has been magnificently restored. Having missed the last hop-on bus for the day we make it back on foot to the main shopping mall in Potsdam for yet more cool drinks and ice-cream. Jenny and Jan have a successful shopping experience, whilst the rest of us are less fortunate in making our desired purchases. ...
... the Hackesche markets, Unter den Linden boulevard, Gendarmenmarkt, Fassbender & Rausch chocolatier (they had models a good meter in size of the Titanic and an A380 among others). Then a trip down to checkpoint Charlie, which was one of the few crossing points between East and West Berlin. Our touristing day finished at Topographie des Terrors, which documents the course of Germany in ...