BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steglitz International Berlin
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... put there as a tangible reminder to future generations of Germans that the horrors of the holocaust really did happen.
As I got deeper into the field of blocks and they started to get higher and close in around me, I began to have feelings of helplessness, oppressed by the height and weight of the blocks, and a deep sadness at what the place represented brought tears to my eyes. I turned back to the outer ...
... on which we could reflect - but one of those which stood out to me included that concentration camps were not an invention of Nazi Germany, but of the UK and that they existed in Allied countries around the world at the time. That the previously enlightened Germany fell into such darkness suggests that, perhaps, other Western countries could fall similarly (granted, unlikely to the terrifying degree of Nazi Germany). This makes it all the more important ...
... no more snow overnight but by the time we were ready to leave at 9am it was snowing again and continued until about 4pm. We had a visit to the Jewish memorial and the Brandenburg Gate followed by a little look at some shops. For dinner this evening we stayed close to our hotel and just walked around the corner to a nice little restaurant and had a lovely meal and drinks for €30. Tomorrow we are going on a walking tour at 10.30. Despite the cold ...
... We have a last coffee, standing up at the bar a la Italia and then head back to the hotel for breakfast. We've thoroughly enjoyed our time here and look forward to our last trip up the canal. The flight arrives in Berlin at 3pm and we need to switch modes and get our bearings! We mull over a map and finally work out how to catch the regional train to Alexanderplatz and then a tram ...
... too much of the local pilsner while they where there...the 20 minute walk to my hotel only adding to such suspicions! Within those twenty minutes, the urban landscape regressed from messy, to rough, to downright seedy, while the size of vodka vessel tucked under people's arms increased at the same rate! To make matters worse, it was cold and wet, a trait that persisted throughout my stay, and the beggars were out in near Indian proportions, all combining to create an air ...