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... spot we saw an information centre where we could watch a short film about the wall. We explored Nordbanhof station, which became a ghost station during this time. It was fascinating reading about what happened in the tunnels to try and stop people from escaping, as well as stories of successful escapes. We returned to watch the video at the right time for an English version and all the pieces started to fit together. The kids really enjoyed this ...
... and being subsequently synonymous with the party, Berlin can't ignore it. Honestly, the level of transparency and acknowledgement here was refreshing.
Case in point, the eerie (and open to interpretation) Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, a series of over 2,700 concrete blocks of varying heights, lined up in seemingly endless rows. It's not a maze exactly, but it is easy to venture into it and feel completely lost. Which I suppose might be the ...
We arrived in Berlin and had no clue where we were staying. After checking many places we ended up checking into a hotel which felt like HEAVEN! We were both so happy to have sheets and towels provided for us with a clean private bathroom. After we got settled into our hotel we headed out to check out the city. Not much was open since it was late so we just checked out the city and grabbed a bite to eat then headed back to get a good nights ...
... the altar, the pulpit and various other items were saved and can be admired in the church today. I did speak to a few people about their activities in Warnemunde and the concensus was the train ride wasn’t as scenic as they had hoped but the sites in Berlin were very interesting. Other shore excursions were modified due to the weather and 3 couples had hired a mini bus to motor around the area and the hire company failed to turn up … so they stayed on ...
... Kebab for example for only about E3.50. We paid a lot more for food in other parts of Europe that are a lot poorer than Germany.
A link to our review of the Circus Hotel on Tripadvisor is here:
The hotel is in Rosenthaler Platz, which was part of the former East Berlin. You’d hardly know it now, more than 20 years after reunification, although as we walk around the area and look at the buildings we can see a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed