Comfort Hotel Auberge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... of an unbiased reading of a country or city. Mashing our opinions together, we would possibly have a well-rounded opinion of Berlin. Though berlin is just a city, like any other city, made up of people like any other people. On another level, it is as un-romantic as that. The imaginations of the locals and the tourists create an image of a city, and perhaps the things that define that city then becomes a question of art imitating life, or life imitating ...
... and I walked down the street to the Buredin Museum where we spent some time looking at a Paul Keys exhbit before crossing the road and visiting their other museum that had a large collection of Picasso paintings. This collection included sketches, sculptures as well as many of his paintings. It was a fantastic collection.
We returned to the unit where Ronny offered to drive us down to the main street in search of ...
... was denied this opportunity for nearly fifty years. This is not to say that Berlin did not go through a healing process in the years following World War II, but this process was certainly influenced but contradicting forces. Berlin's collective memory was interrupted for decades. It's healing process was forced to take a back seat to other global issues that were placed in the limelight as a result of the Cold War.
... Platz and up Vosstrasse where Hitler's new Reich Chancellery once stood. The site of the Fuhrerbunker is now a car park, but an information board recognises the site. Over the years, it has been a rich controversy as to what to do with it. Attempts to blow it up failed, and suggestions to keep it open as a memorial site were rejected. So it was sealed and left locked up underground. One day, I guess it will be opened again, but not today.
The story of Hitler's final ...
... the records as they have family that both survived and were killed in the holocuast. I can't imagine what an emotional experience it was for them. Daniel and I waited for 1.5 hrs in line to get authorisation to go up to the Reichstag dome (the Current German parliament building, yesterday for tonight, our last night tonight! I know many friends and family have told us of the division which has been visible in Berlin in their past trips and it still is! There ...