Hotel Cityblick Pension
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... Turns out the bus stop is in front of the old church, so we had a few minutes to explore. The Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was built in 1890 was badly damaged in a bombing raid in 1943. It was basically in ruins, however the spire and entrance hall were preserved and built into a memorial in the late 1950s as a museum. It was warmer than we expected and, I think, hit a high of 72 degrees that day. We rode the bus about 3/4 of the way around, ...
... ornate. Photography was banned unless you paid for it (muggins here did, only to be told I wasn’t allowed to take photos anyway for most of it, fail). By this point, all the walking of the previous day was beginning to catch up with me and I wasn’t in the finest fettle by the time we reached the gardens. It was mutually agreed that a tea break was in order (I hadn’t had a cup of tea all day and the caffeine withdrawal ...
... their days we all had a quick respite at the hotel.
It was then Time for Dinner. We got dropped off in Town and 95% of the group went to the HB on the recommendation of Jah. Having gone there for a late lunch I wasn’t hungry at all. Once everyone had entered the hall one girl (Nastasha, American) remained outside stairing at the menu. She didn’t really want to go in but was too scared to go off on her own. So of course (Being a perfect gentalman) ...
... an explanation! I think it looks like a graveyard. But how 2711 concrete blocks form tombstones for 6 million Jews, I don't know. I asked the guide if the number of blocks represents anything, but apparently no.
Around the Tiergarten (massive park in the middle of Berlin) there are memorials for all of the groups targeted for extermination by the Nazi's. There is the memorial for the Sinti and Roma, which I saw yesterday, a memorial for the homosexuals, the ...
... in sink laundry, downloaded and sorted pictures, cleaned up my bag, then used the internet in the lobby. For dinner i went across the road to a
Greek restaurant, they had massive meals here, i could not finish. I said goodbye to those that were around and then i went back to the hotel and to my room where i watched some tv shows and then went to bed early as i had to leave early in the morning.