Derag Livinghotel Koenigin Luise
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Another 5 hour bus trip to berlin so we were up at the crack of dawn again. Berlin is such an amazing city which has been through so much! We did a free walking tour through the hostel which covered most of the sites and then we did our own thing to fill in the gaps. The tour started at Brandenburg gate which was one of the few entrances between Eastern and Western ...
... some chill time before our big night! Later on we went down the the shop and bought a few beers for only 60 cents each! Absolute bargain! We also grabbed a pizza and some garlic bread for a nice cheap dinner. At 10:30 we walked into friederschein to meet the pub crawl. That night we went to about 4 bars before ending up at an awesome night club! Each drink we bought got us a free shot and the pub crawl leaders also had bottles of spirits to pour shots into our ...
... happening to them. This was a really personal experience, as the notes had little blurbs written beside them about the person and what happened to them. The next room documented 12 Jewish families from all over Europe and what happened to each family member during the war. The next room I found especially touching, it was quite a dark, blank room except for pictures and a name/words that were projected on one wall, and a voice that spoke about each person and what happened to them ...
... taken and small groups were having a laugh riding these circular bikes where about 8 people sit and pedal. We passed one early in Potsdamm where a group of guys were on one and drinking beer as they saw the sites . From the gate we walked down passed the US embassy to the Jewish memorial. This is again another amazing place. It is made up of lots of grey slabs in rows. You are aware that the slabs are different heights with smaller ones in the front but ...
... day at the Reichstag. The Pergamon Museum is Berlin's main attraction. It houses collections from Greece, Rome, Babylon and the Middle East. This museum is chock full of incredible artifacts. Some particular highlights were the Pergamon Altar from 165 BC and the Market Gate of Miletus from the 2nd Century AD. The latter is the largest recreation of a monument in any museum. What was so fascinating on it is that it is constructed of 60% ...