Holiday Inn Berlin Mitte
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... I initially thought I’d broken it but then I was able to move it and weight bear (just) so being a typical ambo I figured it was probably just a nasty sprain, even if the pain was so intense that I felt like vomiting while I sat there on the road. The tour leader was very helpful, told me not to worry about any damage to the Segway and offered to call an Ambulance. You can imagine my response! Instead a taxi returned me to my hostel were I limped (trying not to cry) into ...
My room for last night. Small but spotless. Not quite a hotel. You get the key at the quaint pub next door. On the other side of the door on your side there are some coffee tables for breakfast and some newspapers. And when you leave you just leave the key in the room. No need for a room check. Very civilised. But these places don't seem to show up on a google search.
Unfortunately with hotel rooms google is hopeless. It just seems to ...
... have become quite good friends. At about 9pm we were invited out by Danielle, a friend of mine from German school. We met up with him in Prenzlauer berg and went to white trash - a kindof rockabilly club which is very cool. The music was awesome, although perhaps it would have been better if I were wearing a 50s polka dot dress which I could twirl around. Jeans just didn't cut it. It was great to see Danielle and his girlfriend too. They are from Italy and ...
... like 80% of the city was obliterated by Allied Forces bombing it as they closed in on Berlin. I would say the German forces were also destroying whatever they could as they were pushed out (Hitler held the view that if he could not have it, no one would, so scorched earth policy applied in retreatment).
Tuesday 8 October we headed into the old town again (we were staying in a hotel with parking just outside the city walls) and up to the Imperial Castle for some history ...
... of action would be to completely wall off the entirety of Western Berlin. Contrary to popular belief, the Berlin Wall did not run only through the center of the capital, but also all the area surrounding it. In total, the Wall spanned over 160 miles, and prior to its destruction in 1989, had two parallel walls with up to 500 meters of "no-mans land" between. Orders were given to shoot-to-kill any person in this area. Despite this, many died trying to seek asylum in ...