Holiday Inn Berlin Mitte
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... what you have seen a hour or two after leaving the market but come back 3 weeks later and yes, I saw that last time. Instant recall when you see the reminder. It became boring after 15 minutes so I decided to go to the BODE museum that was right there. The Bode museum
The Bode Museum, opened in 1904 as the Kaiser Friedrich Museum, part of the ensemble of the Museum Island in Berlin and therefore a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It ...
... well off as West Berlin, but after a while the communists that were in charge of East Berlin began to be more and more repressive and totalitarian. So, the intellectuals that lived there took it upon themselves to leave East Berlin. This was known as the Brain Drain, and was detrimental to the economy of East Berlin. So, the USSR made it illegal for the citizens of East Berlin to leave, and constructed the Berlin Wall in 1961. It was not until Germany was ...
... Germany during the decades between the end of World War Two and the collapse of the Berlin Wall. Everything from the clothes they wore, the food they ate and the television that they could watch was on display. They even gave you a chance to sit in a mock-up of a Stasi interrogation room where they would have questioned you for undermining the government in some way (like playing a record or practicing your religion). It wasn’t all doom and gloom of course but ...
... search for name) delicious. Beer anyway. Awesome. 4 course meal to share. Not cheap worth it 25euros. 2 Cheese dumpling tapioca sour broth. Pork rib. Sour krout. Potato mash. Veal schnitzel cucumber salad. Warm potato salad. Apple strudel whipped cream. Left area to get to holocaust museum via train. Punks camped up near bridge. Partying. Random photo booth on own scaffolding Helped Indian lady ...
... survived WW2. After the Jewish quarter, we left for Nazi government sector. We first visited the concentration camp memorial and it was as touching as it was yesterday! We then stopped at the infamous book burning site. The memorial is underground and we had to look in a glass "door" to see the empty bookshelves. I am sure once I am home I will be in awe of where I was today!! As we were traveling, I noticed we kept getting closer to the hostel. Turns ...