Berliner Hof Hotel
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... in the 1930's and their work, art and architecture can now be found across the globe.
We stopped in a smart, trendy neighborhood for some lunch at a Korean restaurant. Delicious spicy food and a glass of local cola refreshed us before we continued onwards. We saw the memorial to the Murdered Jews - it was a strange and huge place that takes up a whole block of space next to the US embassy. The memorial consists of a grid filled in with massive concrete stele. ...
... where Hitlers bunker was, museums & local buildings. All good. We also had a local lunch. Berlin is an interesting city but looks a little bland. They are building memorials to everyone that was wronged during the wars. Then we had our long trip back to the boat but all in all a good day. Yes tried another beer that was recommended by the ...
... and thousands of people mostly all in silence, along the streets of Berlin. The choir performance sent shivers down my spine. They were all very young, in high school perhaps,but had the most magnificent voices. And what was really amazing, was that the crowd began to sing along to the songs. It was really beautiful. As we approached Charlottenburg, we had a few final speeches made by the major, the archbishop of Berlin and a few Jewish representatives. It was so cold ...
... how dare they! ;-)
... we took the train to Friedricstase which was the meeting point of people from east to west. Went to the place of tears museum there which was good! All about the separation of east and west. Then back to the hotel, out for a beer on the corner... Then had pasta at vapianos which was ok. Then sat in the room with a few beers and went out to cookies. It was very quiet however so we went home early. Went to bed. Good busy ...
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