Andel's Hotel Berlin
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I stumbled upon an event listing for a concert that looked like it might be worth checking out on my first night in Berlin. After about 24 hours of travel and a few Pilsners, Anna and I ventured out into the snowy night to the Louisiana Rhythm Club - Johnny Cash Tribute Night at Roadrunner's Paradise Rock & Motor Club. Just 2.5 miles from our …
The Choir began the performance section of the tour today at St Hedwig's Cathedral. What a beautiful church. It was an incredible mixture of clean stone, glass and wood, open and airy, yet warm and welcoming. The Choir was wonderful in this space and it seemed like they we loved by the locals.
I really liked the Cathedral priest, he …
... number of people put into railroad cars for extermination. This grate explains that on March 27, 1945, there were 18-Berlin Jews sent to Auschwitz for extermination. This was the last transportation of the Jews for extermination. The rail road station gave the SS a discount for tickets of deported Jews because they had so many transactions of one-way transports.
... cake for lunch and all I can say is that the Germans certainly know how to eat- very densely!!
When we arrived in Berlin, had a little drive tour around the ginormous city. It was a good thing we were on the bus, too, because the weather was terrible! Rainy and 60° and rainy and windy and rainy. Did I mention it was rainy? This was not how I wanted to spend my time in Berlin. ...
... 28 years! It is incredible and there are so many sad and terrible stories about families missing birthdays and funerals etc. very sad. And to think this was still going on in my life time as the wall only finally came down in 1989. Mariette also explained the living conditions experienced by east and west Berliners and how they differentiated. Basically east Berlin was run by the USSR (communists) and was totally ****. They were poor, were treated like ****, ...