Comfort Hotel Weissensee
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On the weekend of Dec 5-7 a group of 37 Erasmus students including myself decided to undertake a journey to the historical city of Berlin.
Yes i wanted to make the opening sentence captivating because well, theres no easy way for me to describe my incredible experience in Berlin and it deserves a captivating opening sentence.
After having planned this trip for a few weeks beforehand, the day finally came when we all gathered together at ...
... used by the Nazi Regime and survived the bombing and was then used as a government building by the Soviets. It was practically the only building within one block of the wall, as the people who worked there were assumed to be loyal to the regime and not try to escape. There was one escape attempt from the building though, an engineer who had been contracted to work there snuck his wife and son in during the day and locked them in until night-time when he returned. They had friends ...
... It was interesting though. It's camp was not so much for Jews as for other undesirables like gays and gypsies and political dissenters. Interestingly the town where the camp is now has a large number of neo nazis, some of whom are on the local council. We saw an area which was used for prisoners to test new types of boot soles. So they had to run up and down all day with packs of rocks on their backs to see which soles were the most durable. We ...
... undoubtedly hits a nerve. 'What does it all mean Basil?' (It wasn't just me was it? Faulty Towers anyone?) 3. The alternative culture. I think the best way to gain an idea of the alternative that exists withi Berlin, is to picture Smith Street, Collingwood. For those of you in London, think Shoreditch or Brixton. The people are edgy, the drinks ...
Today we took the Hop On Hop Off Bus around the city. We got off at the Summer Palace in Charlottenburg and walked around the grounds. We decided to take Rick Steeves' advice and skip the inside tour. The grounds are lovely. They include walking/jogging paths through wooded areas and also formal gardens. We saw many of the same neighborhoods that we toured yesterday on foot and near the river while on the boat tour. We also drove through the ...