Days Inn Berlin City South
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Guten Tag from Berlin!!!
It's so hard to cram all of the things I've seen in this amazing city into a one page entry, but I will try my hardest. Berlin is so rich in history as well as art and music. It’s an amazing and extremely busy city.
On the day we arrived I spent most of the afternoon figuring out how to get …
... to tag along to, which was visiting the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, used during WWII by the Nazis, and then by the Soviets when they gained occupancy of the land following the war. The camp was specifically for male prisoners, in particular political prisoners, and was a forced labour camp, with the aim to work the prisoners to death, unlike in the extermination camps where they were sent to be killed. It was ueed by the Nazis from 1936 until May of 1945. ...
... Weber” store and
Bev’s credit card suffered an almost fatal coronary. After a little medication we were off to find
our apartment, found it with no trouble at all, thanks to Google Maps and
helpful Crouts along the way. We dumped
our cases and set off to explore East Berlin on foot, by the way we did not
know we were in East Berlin they obviously took down that wall that separated
... information boards that are rather hidden in one of the passage ways up from the S-Bahn.
Back on the U-Bahn and we headed to StadtMitte, and a quick look around the large Gendarmenmarkt square that has the Konzerthaus Berlin in the middle with two Churches facing each other at opposite ends of the square. We walked up 100s of steps of the Franzšosischer Dom to the balcony that provided really good views around ...
... hour and a half before departure so we decided to get lunch. Nana and I shared a delicious salad with Italian tuna and a sandwich of cheese and prosciutto. Shane had a yummy egg, bacon and cheese sandwich on ciabatta bread. As we passed through passport control and security, Shane received lots of good natured ribbing and comments about why he was wearing a Germany national team shirt vs. a Dutch team shirt! Only in Europe! The flight was about 8 hours to Detroit and we ...