Holiday Inn Berlin City East
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... to an ice cream shop and got a hot chocolate to warm up. The storm was just getting worse so I decided to go to the train station. It was starting to hail on my way there. Lucky I got there when I did because I caught the last train to Hermannplatz before they started getting delayed. Phew! I had a shower to warm up and packed ready to head off to Poland. In the morning we just have to catch a train and bus to Tegel airport to fly to Krakow. See you all in ...
... we walked and were spread out through out the City. There was much to see, and much we did not see. One day was certainly not enough for this City. We need a week here to make a real dent in it. We were surprised to find out that most of the City was actually destroyed in the war, and accordingly, the buildings we were seeing were rebuilt in more recent times, to look like the destroyed buildings. We stopped at the longest section of the Berlin Wall, which was ...
... my bike!! Had a Mediterranean pizza, yummy! Bear ordered a ham pizza without onions, guess they aren't use to that because she said "that doesn't make sense!" After the Bike tour we walked again and went to checkpoint Charlie, a place where people were interrogated if they wanted to go to West Berlin. Then to Topography of Terror, a museum about the history of the Nazis. The hardest part of the museum for me was listening to a woman tell about her grandmother who ...
... fine area of grand and opulent villas. These had been used by the delegates at the Potsdam Conference, which suggested that the Cecilienhof was getting quite near. These glamorous abodes also constituted a "forbidden city" of KGB. I should no longer be surprised at the rank hypocrisy of the communist leadership who hung around in splendid accommodation and consigned everyone else to those terrible communal flats.
The bus had made two or three ...
... fascinating and if we'd more time we may have gone to some of them. I'd seen enough by now and I'd received a certificate 10 years ago, signed by the former US Secretary of Defence, Donald Rumsfeld, thanking me for my military service during the Cold War and indicating by start and end dates that it was over.
Back to the German History museum next day and I could've spent several more days there. It is an amazing place ...