BEST WESTERN Hotel Kantstrasse
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... the impact that WWII had on the Jewish, Sinti and Roma, homosexual and political communities with vast modern art pieces. In short: they openly accept the responsibility of the impact they had, and acknowledge the suffering that was caused by commemorating these different groups of people.
Then we did a third Reich tour and got to see some of the main highlights of a very important time in our worlds history.
This morning we started with an 8.30am breakfast in our room. So pleased I managed to book rooms with small, but well equipped kitchens.
We headed out on the U-Bahn to Potsdamn Platz. First call was to look at one of the remaining watch towers. It was closed but we could take some photos. Next stop was going inside the Potsdamn Platz, where we sat and had a cooling drink while watching the world go by. There is a set ...
... sight seeing with many groups of guys wandering the town from early morning till late. Aside from sampling more beer (paulaner hefewiser my fav so far) we stumbled onto a funky little pasta bar which served up some pretty nice pasta dishes for around $10-15. Before leaving Dresden we went out to visit some cool rock formations and walk the bridges between some of the ...
... are just not doing it for me. This time things are different: again. Originally I did not want to go to Japan this year.... There are so many places on my list and I kind of felt that with buying the apartment just last month I should save my money. but whom am I kidding. Taking a break is just about time and where else would I want to go. So when Béa suggested some time ago we should go together ...
... East Germany, both successful and unsuccessful. We saw what was left of the wall and looked at another exhibition that reflected on the time of terror from 1933 - 1938 all very sobering.
Since the fall of the Berlin wall, the Germans have made a genuine effort to ensure that all the ...