Amelie Messe ICC
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... end boutiques and shopping malls. The U-Bahn (subway) station in the Freiderickstrasse was one of the closed stations in East Berlin through which trains from the west rumbled. I remember seeing the East German border guards on the platform, there to make sure that this was not used as an escape route. Today, we take a train from this very station on the way to visit the newly acquired site in the south of the city where the first US craft brewer in Europe – Stone ...
#1 Mila and I were sitting at the Parliament building in Berlin (Reichtau something) trying to take hipster pictures on the grass, when this creepy 75yr old man speed walking in white from head to toe, listening to pump up gym music walked past us! Yet again we collapsed from laughter! (See bum video attached) #2 walking out of the Topography of terrors looking for our bus stop, we saw a ...
Taking a complete 180, we went on an alternative tour of Berlin, so getting to see the edgy, hippy side of Berlin. This was another walking tour that was quite amazing. We ventured into the side streets of Berlin, and seeing the street art all around the walls. I've never been a big fan of graffiti or street, but this was so beautiful.
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... were all quite pleased to be leaving the Czech Republic.
A 3 hour dive ahead to reach Berlin our next destination. We were mostly on autobahns so Ro enjoyed a speedy drive. We soon arrived and located both our apartment and a good place to park. We loaded ourselves and children up with luggage and had a small walk across busy roads where we were greeted by Matthias who showed us into our apartment. We’re staying in a hostel like place. Our room is large ...
... camp as a memorial to all who suffered there. We were deeply impacted by what we saw. We both had some understanding before our visit of what we might expect to see or hear about, but we weren't prepared for the feeling you get from actually being there. It's one thing to have an intellectual understanding (the books we've read, the movies we've seen) of what happened during the Holocaust, it's another thing to experience this emotionally, to stand on the same ground, ...