Arcadia Hotel Berlin
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We have been exceptionally lucky. From austere buttoned up street frontages to Cold War totalitarian architecture to grungy areas with courtyard mazes hidden from prying eyes, Berlin seems to hold many secrets. Some it gives up readily and this is evident in its full frontal acknowledgement of the role it played as the headquarters of the Third Reich and all of the horrors associated with that hideous time in its history and in the Cold War period which followed seeing ...
... and recreation hall for the guards. The guards would eat while enjoying time in this building and the prisoners were the ones to serve them. The guards didn't like to see prisoners in their private space, looking so deathly. So as horrible as it must have been for the prisoners to serve the men who keep them living (and dying) in these conditions, it was a nice thing for the prisoners too. Before entering "The Green Monster", the prisoners were allowed to take a shower and even ...
On Thursday Paul and I didn't really do too much. Our friend from 'free your stuff berlin' came over and we loaded her up with cups, plates and an iron- more of Specky's stuff. She is from Croatia, really nice and we always end up talking and drinking tea for a couple of hours before she realises the time and has to scoot off. We also packed more of our things. Paul has made little boxes for all of our fragile presents. Hopefully this will prevent them ...
... and pulled on my hoodie to shield myself from the drizzle. I found a lot of small street art pieces along the way but was happy to be indoors in my warm dorm room!
Later that night I met up with Shikha to go on the pub crawl with her again. This time there were only about 40 people and after we left the same first pub I started to feel sick in the stomach. I had a horrible pain in my gut and as I had only had 2 beers I thought it must of been the fact I was trying ...
... You can walk around the top of the building and have panoramic view of the city. It also contains a series of story boards which tell the very interesting history of Potsdamer Platz. So at that stage I thought I'd head back to my cousins place (where I was now residing) as it was getting a little late. As I was navigating the underground I received a call from a friend, Caroline McKean from Australia, who was in Berlin for one night and ...