Axel Hotel Berlin
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Travel Blogs from Berlin
... but it was awful!! Bloody, nasty, boring, ugh! Jamison, where are you when Jim wants to see that trash??? At least we got popcorn and M&M's! Could have had a beer at the theater, too. Oh, and inside the theater, there was a Lego store! A bit bizarre.
We took the night train back to the apartment, they run a little less frequently than the regular schedule, but we made it home in no time at all.
Two more days, then we're headed ...
... electronically tracks the movement of the sun and blocks the direct sunlight from becoming too overwhelming to those below the dome. The dome is not open to visitors without prior registration.
Across town was Check Point Charlie. CPC was the best known crossing from East to West Berlin and was designated as the single crossing point (by foot or by car) for foreigners and members of the Allied forces. A recreation of the first guard house sits in the middle ...
... acquaint oneself with a city. Apart from getting an introduction to a large number of tourist attractions and historic sites, ...
... and shop owners as to where the local laundrette was located. Asking in the local opticians, and trying my best German, I thought I had asked the lady for directions to the laundrette. When she pointed us to the back of her shop we couldn’t believe our luck, but no, she pointed us to her toilet. It seems I’d asked her where the nearest washroom was – we politely declined, but it was very kind offer. Eventually we did find ...
... an underground bomb shelter that was made during the Cold War. It was pretty cool to be able to take a tour and get insight into the thought process behind the shelter. Unfortunately the whole thing was not as well thought out as the creator’s thoughts. In order to fully prepare the shelter it needs a two-week notice to gather the necessary supplies. As we all know there is not much warning when a city is going to be bombed. Another misfortune with the shelter ...
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