Berolina Airport Hotel
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... edge of the memorial, the stele are small, but as you enter the avenues between the blocks, they grow in size and the pathways gradually descend until you cannot see out. It is really quite beautiful.
On the Saturday after we landed we wanted to visit the Pergamon museum and see the Altar of Zeus. We had seen its original site when we were in Turkey and now we could see all the artifacts the Germans had removed. Of course, here we are told a different story. ...
Considered the Florence of the North, Dresden was our lunchtime spot today on our journey to Berlin. Welcome back to Germany.
Although the town seems like it's full of historic buildings and heritage, it is in fact an entire replica. After being flattened in the dying months of WWII, the city was rebuilt after the war as a duplicate of the town that once stood, palaces, murials & all.
It was very beautiful, and had some ...
... time, about 5pm and completely dark. Everyone was rugging up and drinking tea. We were all given a polishing cloth, a book and a pamphlet about the day and further events which were happening this weekend. On Sunday night there was to be a light show at Brandenburg gate showing people's stories on a big screen. It is called 'a thousand voices for diversity' and is a 'visible commitment to fight racism, intolerance, anti-semitism, violence and exclusion.' I am so impressed ...
... Public transportation: I found Berlin's BGV transit system to be very efficient, yet very tiring after a long trip & when you have luggage with you. Thank goodness for the few elevators and ramps I could find.
My last full weekend of travel I spent with my co-worker and supervisor, Anes, travelling to Berlin! Anes had never been to Berlin before, so it was neat to show her around and see the things I hadn't seen yet. We started our first day with the Pergamon Museum, which is something I had tried to see but was closed during my first visit. It was really spectacular as they basically reconstructed parts of buildings inside the museum! From there, I took Anes on a ...