Apartment Hotel Dahlem
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... on the tour was a beautiful Jewish memorial for all those that lost their lives in WWII. The memorial consists of over 2,000 stones of the same width and length but all different heights. The tallest is 15ft, and the shortest is level with the ground. As you walk through it is supposed to be everyone's own interpretation of what they want it to be, but the artist did hint to the idea of confusion. It was very neat and moving to walk through the varying stones. ...
The first thing we saw from the tour bus, this hotel sign should have warned me it was going to be ugly. We got off the bus and began our walk-about.
This is the sign Rosalind and I saw, although what we saw was the flip side, which read "You are leaving the American sector . . . " And the milling throngs certainly weren't there. It was a funky, winter day as I recall. The whole mood was somber and strictly business. While we were eager to get on ...
... for freedom, but sadly most of it appears to be covered in graffiti. Especially the painting of Leonid Brezhnev and Erich Honecker kissing (see picture), which seems to be constantly needing to be restored.
I strolled along the section of wall admiring the paintings amongst the other tourists. It's actually quite a nice area to walk around as it's situated along the river front with big grassy areas and several restaurants and food stalls ...
... the appropriate guidance I could manage pretty quickly. No evening activities for me at the conference centre as Germany was playing soccer at six and I had an invitation to go and watch at a bar from one of my language exchange partners from last year. She also invited another Russian speaker along - a Ukrainian. I don't think either of them were that interested in the soccer (who would be it is soccer after all). As ...
... 30 we wandered over to the entrance with our booking form, only to be told by the guard that all bookings for the morning had been cancelled due to a function at the
Reichstag. Bah! All that waiting in line the other day for nothing.
Seeing as our parliament visit had been thwarted by someone obviously more important than us, we had to come up with a plan B for how to spend the rest of our day. We decided to go back to the ...