Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East-Prenzlauer Allee
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... of Berlin and I was busy compiling a list of places to visit in greater detail in the four days that were to follow. Checkpoint Charlie - super touristy! It was surrounded by fast food restaurants and had some fake American soldiers standing around ready to charge for pictures. The Berlin Wall. Hitler’s Bunker - or at least the carpark that covers the space where Hitlers Bunker once was. The Reichstag. The Brandenburg Gate. The Museum Island. I was very excited to finally ...
... and gardens rival that of Versailles, and the palaces in particular are much more stunning. Izzy took her dog Benji for a walk through the gardens and he loved every minute of it, including the water.... After yet another delicious currywurst lunch next to the palace we returned back to Izzy's house.
We finished the night with several rounds of FIFA with Olaf and enjoyed a ...
... gardens behind the palace. They were very nice and we all wandered around for a good 2 hours, chatting and chatting and chatting. I really like David, he is a very nice person and very funny too. Him and Heidi are hilarious! We had a great afternoon. As it began to get dark, David invited us back to his house which was not too far away. We picked up a couple of bottles of Gluhvein and on we went. We listened to a lot of great music, drank hot Gluhvein ...
... 1.5 hrs north. We didn’t arrive until 5pm, and I found out that one of the 2 things I wanted to see, the Courtroom where the Nazi war trials took place after WW2, was closed on Tuesdays. Bugger. Being too late to go this Monday, I had to get over that and we strolled through town which is a very picturesque place inside the old town walls with lots of shopping and eateries. It is obvious that most of the buildings are not that old and re-built since 1945. On 2 Jan ...
... is that approximately 20% of the population of East Germany entered through this gate to get a West Berlin passport so that they could flee to the capitalist, allied-controlled, West Germany. At the time, both Berlin, and Germany in its entirety were divided into two halves. Berlin, which lay in East Germany was divided as it is the country’s capital, and allied forces wanted to keep a stake in the capital so that they could intervene if revolutionary ...