B&B Hotel Berlin-Sued Genshagen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... now it was spitting slightly but still I'm sticky and feel stinking. A supermarket appears and I track down the deodorants I squirt with Gold Stink deodorant this time and then pick up something more sensible for myself to use in future and head back towards town. I'm going to have Dim Sum for lunch I read about this place called Lecker Song which songs great in just North of the centre but I had no idea how far north, it was off the map but after ...
... during the cold war. We listened to the story about the Soviet and US tank standoff.
We then walked over to the Gendarmemarkt, with the site of the Konzerthaus concerthall and the French and German twin Cathedrals.
After this square we walked over to the Bebelplatz. This square holds the State Opera building, which Hitler had rebuilt during the war after it was blown up and then it was blown up again near the end of ...
... and nice ambience made it a pleasant evening.Walked back along the river to the hotel ..Cable TV is rubbish.BBC and CNN are designed for the brain dead sitting in airport lounges and the others are all in German.Soapies etc. are the same plot lines dubbed in German.Still waiting for Phryne Fisher to appear! Off to checkpoint Charlie today and some reminders of the Dramas of the poor East Germans today.Weather warming up at weekend.More photos on the small camera will be added ...
... Charlie. For those of you sleeping during portions of European history class, Berlin was broken up into sectors after WWII. The Americans, British and French divided the west side of Berlin while the Russians took the entire east side. There were several gateways between east and west and Checkpoint Charlie was the gate into the American sector. The East Germans were unable to visit the west until the wall came down in 1989 and Germany re-unified in 1990. Before then there ...
... out there had been a robbery a few minutes before we arrived. Back on the u-Bahn to Alexanderplatz and a wander through their Christmas market. Lunch and gluwein under the train station again where we witnessed a thunderstorm and sleet which turned to sort of snow. Trying to pack now. Might be posting some stuff home from London! Going to go back to the Christmas market later ...