HSH Hotel Apartments Wilmersdorf
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... good, fresh sandwiches at The Sandwicherie, some fresh fruit and Evian. So an Italian dinner last night and a French lunch today. Actually, it is nice to get a break from German cooking - a little heavy on beef and pork.
Just a few meters ahead, we encountered Checkpoint Charlie, the small booth that divided the Western or American Sector from the Eastern or Soviet sector. It's hard to imagine the terror at that point, or that now once you cross ...
... Cooper look-alike in front of me in the queue who took a long time with his ticket purchase. As I was daydreaming behind him, he turned around and asked me in English how he should use this ticket machine. The machine seemed to not take coins or notes, only cards, and the man didn't want to use a card. We tried several times cancelling and then re-entering the ticket purchase but the outcome was always the same. I knew I'd meet the same problem when it was ...
... tons. It is designed by Friedrich Drake. Berliners have given the statue the nickname Goldelse, meaning something like "Golden Lizzy"
We passed the Friedrichstrasse Train Station of Berlin, but we did not enter the building.
The Neue Synagoge ("New Synagogue") was built 1859–1866 as the main synagogue of the Berlin Jewish community, on Oranienburger Strasse. Because of ...
TUESDAY the 8th July 2014 Berlin
Woke to heavy rain
Down to breakfast cheeses cold meats olives mushrooms etc wow love to come back here for lunch cant face that for breakfast but toaster and eggs in heated basket cereal and yogurts made a nice breakfast for us.
Dam left camera at Hotel went to the bike shop as we were going to hire bikes changed our minds and hoofed it to Museum island where most of the museums are, went ...
... were exhausted so we went to DDR which was an interactive museum that showed what life was like behind the wall in East Germany under Soviet rule. It was really cool to get to interact but it didn't really have any of the weight of the oppressive control the Soviets had over the people of East Germany. I've decided to read up more on it all when I get a chance. Had dinner and packed for another early ...