Arte Luise Kunsthotel
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12th October We had our first dinner on the evening we arrived in Berlin sitting on the Northern bank of the Spree river, a vibrant working river with a brisk traffic of long barges laden with building materials navigating their way amongst tourist boats which looked a little empty at this time of year. For the first time since arriving in Europe …
... Douro: The drive to the Douro valley is lined with gorgeous farms and beautiful waterways. We stay in a charming guest house tucked into a little village, surrounded by beautiful vineyards. We are well fed and housed in this lovingly preserved home with views over the expansive tiered valley of grapevines just beginning to leaf. There are olive, lemon, orange trees heavy with fruit and cherry trees in blossom. We make good use of our rent a car visiting six wine producing villages ...
... Wall: the secret history of why it went up and how Berlin was divided overnight. Visit one of the longest remaining sections of the wall left standing close to the former SS & Gestapo HQSee where President Reagan spoke the famous words: 'Mr Gorbachev, tear down this wall!' and where JFK was confronted with the Iron CurtainPass through Checkpoint Charlie and discover the site where the Stasi and CIA spied on each other and heroic and tragic escape attempts were made - ...
... walked to the RatHuis ( pronounced Rut, and means town hall!) and I had to keep reminding Garth to stop saying in a very loud voice 'Rat House'. Beautiful red brick building, which unfortunately was closed for more important guests than us! Then onto a fabulous statue of Karl Marx and Friederich Engels who jointly wrote the Communist Manifesto around 1948. From there over to the lovely area called the Museum Island. This area ...
... Memorial ;).
We went to the Humboldt University, where several famous academics have learnt and iconic lecturers taught –such as Albert Einstein, who lectured here for several years before leaving in 1933 to conduct a series of lectures in the US. Apparently he said to his wife before he left that he had a feeling they would not be coming back, and a couple of weeks later the war started. Premonition, perhaps? The Library of this University is also a ...