Hecker's Hotel Berlin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... what it all meant and how it was done. It was all around the area where I am staying ( the Kreuzberg area - Kottbusser Tor and Gorlitzer – for those that know Berlin). Then to a workshop to try my hand (the art bit; not the tagging bit). All set now to paint Auckland.
Also went to the Van Gogh Alive exhibition to see how a real artist paints. Was good. It is a multi channel motion graphic display of ...
... up recently for the benefit of tourists. The bunker was completely destroyed and since Berlin is surprisingly built on swamp land (as the name Berlin suggests), the underground area would be filled with water in any case. The government was also concerned that marking the place of his death would attract neo Nazi's to the area.
We also went to a free museum located near one of the three remaining pieces of the Berlin wall with the large photographic ...
... time at the zoo and McDonalds I get to the guy doing the walking tour only to find it is exactly the same as I did yesterday just starting in the West instead of the East!! So he gave me a suggestion on what else to do which I did. I went to the church around the corner which is just about the only ruin left in Berlin. Luckily the tour guide had told me to go into the new church next door - given what it looked like from the outside I wouldn't have ...
... bite my head off, I can't be bothered finding out which one. She is rooming with Maddi and Craig, serves her right. As I sit in the courtyard on the wifi I can hear Maddi cackling, the sound sends shivers down my spine, I'd hate to be in that room, what if Craig and Maddi bump uglies in the dark? I drift off asleep happy my room is empty.
Wasp and Jack come in in the early hours of the morning arguing. Jack goes to the toilet and Wasp turns the light off from the ...
... deposited us at the gardens at 11:30 and we walked to the main offices to get tickets to see the palaces. It's clear that Frederick and company had gobs of money and the power it gave them.
The palaces are huge and sprawling and beautiful. The day was spent touring the palaces and learning some German history. Around 4:30 it was decided to cut-and-run so we caught a bus for the Potsdam hauptbahnhof.
The train we caught was crowded when we got on and then ...