Cityhotel Am Gendarmenmarkt
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... width of your house, the less taxes you had to pay. Because of how tight the homes are, each house along the canals (And Amsterdam has more miles of canals than Venice), has a crane at the top of the building to bring heavy objects like pianos to higher floors.
The tour also highlighted the superb naming skills the Dutch possess. The oldest church is called, "Old Church." The second church built is called, "New Church." There are a few more examples ...
Trains are getting expensive in Europe. They're not able to compete with the cheap buses and low cost airlines. We found a bus that took us from Dresden to Berlin for 6 Euros each. That's 1/5 of a train ticket and it was slightly faster. I just read the other day that Germany is ending several of its classic overnight trains, including the Berlin to Amsterdam train. Nobody's taking them anymore! I'm glad we got our 2 overnighters in because it's ...
... Jews) - 2711 concrete blocks (stelae) made to look like a cemetery, with info. centre underneath. The fields of blocks really are meaningful. Walked to the Brandenburger Tor, symbol of German reunification, with adjacent Pariserplatz. Guy in top hat and tails playing miniature barrel organ. Walked on to see the War Victims Memorial, small plaques honouring those who died trying to escape the east. Walked around the Parliament (Reichstag) . Had hoped to climb the glass domed ...
... into a huge memorial and information boards along a portion of the wall tell of the history of the rise to power of Hitler and the Nazi party, the horrors of the time and of the Second World War. This site was where many people were tortured and murdered. Still further on the site is a huge building exhibiting further horrors of the time of the Nazi's. The stories of the extermination of "enemies" ...
... to bed!) Im still having trouble wrapping my head around everything that has happened in the past 24, even 48 hours. How was I at the Vatican yesterday morning, and now Im living in a place where german is the only language spoken (asides from a BIT of english). Sigh.
Traveling is like that feeling you get when you first fall in love. You have butterflies in your stomach, youre equal ...