BEST WESTERN Hotel Berlin-Mitte
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... time, the camp became "home" to the initially intended political prisoners, but also to gypsy/sinti people; homosexual people; the homeless and beggars; Jehovas Whitnesses; Jewish people etc, and became so full that the camp had to be expanded, and a "small camp" was built just outside of the main triangle shape of the camp to accomodate the growing number of people arrested. The town the camp was built in was known as the "SS Town", as the homes were used to ...
... West Berlin and did not tell us. It did not take us long to work out yes you
guessed it the “Hop On and Hop Off bus” was the best way to see Berlin because it
is so spread out. It was then off to the
supermarket get some provisions for dinner and discuss the next days activities.
We set off approximately 9.30am and
worked out which was the best bus tour to see the best parts of Berlin. We ...
... movies, read and relaxed. Sad and missing Germany already but looking forward to being home with family and friends. In Detroit we said our goodbyes to Nana and each headed our separate ways, her to Baltimore and Shane and I to Salt Lake City. Hard to believe the journey we painstakingly planned for so many months is over, but so grateful that we were able to experience all we did. Sharing this trip with Nana was awesome and we are so happy she joined us. Auf ...
This was the longest day of ever! SO many activities!
We started off the day departing the hotel lobby at 8:30. I got a delicious omelette for breakfast and potatoes, yogurt, croissant, and fruit. I thought I seemed ready.
Our class walked to a train station where we were to meet our new tour guide Tim Kohler, who grew up in East Berlin the time of the wall. When Tim showed up, he had a huge rock on his finger, like I am ...
For my today's entertainment I consulted the free gig guide again. It didn't take me long to work out where to go - a ukulele jam session.
It only took a couple of changes from tram to subway to S-Bahn and I was in the right suburb. Then my map could take over.
The first couple of times I bought a ticket but I've now taken to riding black as it's called over here. The ticket for a single journey is ...