Berolina Hotel an der Gedaechtniskirche
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... the train a message came over telling us there
was maintenance work on the line and there was not going to be a direct route
to our destination, bugger! We asked a
nice young German girl, who as luck would have it said she was going in the
same direction as us and to follow her. We
followed this girls every movement and before we knew we had reached our
destination. It was now to time to find
... to see the one place I was looking forward to the most in Berlin. The East Side Gallery.
East side gallery is an international memorial for freedom. It is a 1.3 km long section of the Berlin Wall that is covered in 105 paintings from artists all over the world. The paintings are amazing, describing freedom and peace….I could have spent the whole day there. It is crazy to think that in 1961 this wall was built in the dead of the night to keep East Germans ...
... That was not that long ago, and the current generations are dealing with this past. During our wrap up with Tim, I could hardly keep my eyes open, but he talked about the differences between the two. He talked about how the East Berliners were so excited to get chocolate again or shop at their favorite stores in West Berlin. So many families were cut off from and so many lives changed. Even though it was a hard thing, its nice that the city ...
Feeling pretty shabby after the pub crawl, we gave ourselves a sleep-in allowance before heading to the East Side Gallery, a 1.3km section of the Berlin Wall which is now a monument for peace. I loved seeing the murals along the stretch of wall - a definite highlight of the city. Keen to try the local specialty, curry wurst, we headed for the Brandenburg Gate and chowed down on this local street food at a kiosk in the square. It was basically just sausage cut up, dowsed in ...
... survives as the town museum but it suffered fires in 1686 and 1757, and floods from the Elbe in 1709 and 1761. Nevertheless, because of its position, it prospered from the opening of theBerlin–Hamburg steamship traffic. By 1823 milling, processing and refining ...