Arte Luise Kunsthotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArte Luise Kunsthotel Berlin
It was a very nice hotel, which was very special, because of the art inside, as the name says a lot of different artists designed it, this is really cool.
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We made a trip to Berlin in summer holidays.
It was a new experience and we learned a lot about the history of Berlin.
We met a lot of great people and we definitely would do this trip again!
In usual efficient German fashion we were up at the crack of dawn...11:30 am (hey its 3:30 am Canadian time). We purchased our 48 hour metro tickets and headed downtown for our 2:00 pm walking tour first grabbing a quick and delish bite to eat first (prosciutto and blue cheese and salami and camembert cheese sandwiches). This was our fourth walking tour and we have had great success as the guides have all been extremely knowledgeable and entertaining, most have been ...
Today it was very cold again (I think it has followed us from England). We hooked up with Ben and walked to Alexanderplatz and checked out the very 80's looking World Clock (actually built in 1969) and then took the U-bahn out to the Berlin Wall memorial near Bernaur Strasser and learnt some of the history of the wall in that section, especially some of the escape attemps. It seems crazy to me that the wall was there for so long and only really recently came down, ...
... and the overall impact it had on not just Germany but Europe as a whole from the years 1933 - 1945. Certainly not for the faint hearted as some of the photos of the persecution of Jews and the suicide of Heinrich Himmler are quite graphic. I was astounded that they went to the extremes of public humiliation of people who were deemed Jews and shaving the heads of women who had "relations" with foreign labourers. I hope I don't offend Dad here in any way but it just ...
... over the river and onto a small piece of the wall that not a lot of people seem to know about. It stands somewhat poetically in a graveyard, itself a tombstone to a political system long since expired. Having seen what I've seen around the world I'm somewhat of an anti-Communist (ultimately, human rights are more important than most other things) and I'll admit I allowed myself a sly smirk at the sight of this much-maligned structure sitting among a load of graves. I'm still ...