Hotel Art Nouveau
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... the wall was built.
Checkpoint Charlie is not named after anyone, but is the third entrance into
East Germany, following Alpha and Bravo.
We then saw a bit of the wall, which ironically now has a fence around it to
protect it from graffiti and further destruction. We then went to the Jewish
memorial, which is a bit like a maze that changes levels. We saw Hitler’s
bunker where he committed suicide (now a carpark) and, if he had a ...
... like we're going to Berlin! HUGE THANK YOU TO YOU TOM!
We arrived on Saturday night and met up with an old friend of mine (and best man in our wedding), Mike. Well, we actually met up with his brother Dave who was supposed to be meeting him with us. Dave let us know that Mike had gone AWOL and hadn't been heard from for a while. We wandered around ourselves looking for him for a bit but without a cell phone with local service it can be ...
... that, I decided to go souvenir shopping! People got some awesome things today and that's all I will say! Afterwards, I walked to the Topography of Terror, a memorial that stands on the former SS headquarters. But, a piece of the Berlin Wall remains right next to it. It is falling apart but I cannot imagine living on the east side and seeing that wall everyday. It would drive me crazy. And I saw a map of how they designed it and it often wasn't just a wall. There was THE wall, a ...
... bombed to bits, ripped in half and finally reunited – and that was just in the 20th century! Famous landmarks such as the Reichstag, the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie and what’s left of the Berlin Wall are like a virtual 3-D textbook in a city where you’ll find history staring you in the face every time you turn a corner.
We only had a total of 8 hours for our layover and that meant ...
... still flying past me like I was going slow. It was weird not having to worry about speed camera's. So I went past this servo with low fuel and was like meh, I'll stop at the next one.... There wasn't a next one, they are soooo far apart in Germany it's crazy!! So it was an adrenaline rush from that point on to get to Berlin. Somehow I managed to make it to Berlin without running out of fuel. No idea how. Got to my hostel, and met some Irish dudes straight up so we decided ...