BEST WESTERN Hotel Am Schloss Koepenick
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... indeed the wall and all about Hitler. Infact every evening when I scaled to my top bunk, I would spend a solid hour researching. The escape stories, what drove Hitler and the like. I googled it all. The city is still re-building and to see that, experience it and be apart of that really takes you in. 2. The monuments make you stop and think ...
... it into the glass yet.
We cruised along at 90-100 mph and I decided to double check the hotel reservation in Berlin for tonight...Intercontinental Berlin. Sounded like a great hotel. I don't know of many Intercontinentals that are bad. The reservation said it was for Wednesday, leaving Saturday...Oops! It should be for Tuesday leaving Friday. We'll work it out when we get there. But it worried me all the way to Berlin.
... that remains of the Berlin Wall that has been completely covered in graffiti by commissioned artists. With no luck in map reading and a train to catch, we headed back to our hostel to pick up our backpacks so that we wouldn't have to run like maniacs to make our train in time. Karliana and I asked one of the train personnel if we had the correct train and he just yelled "NEIN!" and brushed us aside as he kept walking. He then stood in the doorway of ...
... kids were doing things by themselves and taking trains with their friends. It was really just incredible to see.
My first night in Germany was a bit of a shock though. A German family of four came over for dinner and they didn't really speak a lot of English and I essentially know zero German, so my friend translated. It was weird being in a place where you don't know the language at all. However, the family was ...
... being proved another excellent tour by a PhD History student with a genuine passion for Cold War history. The rest of the day, as it was already half 5, was then taken up by going to find some food, with Matt particularly liking his pot of gherkins he ordered. Afterwards we left for home, getting a quick game of table football in before bed to maximise our use of the free ...