Holiday Inn Berlin Mitte
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... It would have been even faster, had we not hit an accident, forcing all of this traffic onto a single lane.
In the city I stayed with Ellie, an English girl I met in Luxembourg in the spring, who recently moved to Berlin. Now, this city loves repurposing buildings. To illustrate: Ellie’s house was originally a factory, repurposed to be used by the Stasi (East-German intelligence) during GDR times. Nowadays, it is populated by a ...
Graffiti is everywhere in Berlin. Most is not just tagging but a work of art. Sides of buildings, the Berlin Wall, subway tunnels and rail cars, and even the back of a homeless man's wheelchair has been adorned with paint. Some see it as a destructive act but others see it as art. Some are very creative artists. See for ...
Edgy, alternative, chaotic. I didn't think I could find anywhere more energetic than New York, but clearly I was wrong.
This morning started off with running into a naked boy in my room, eating a cookie for breakfast, and being invited to the Philharmonic by some hostel mates I met the night before. A classical music concert was something right up my alley, and since they were really the only people I knew, of course I jumped at the ...
... idea about the Soviet occupation of Berlin, the wall and the life changing impact if had upon the people. Visiting Checkpoint Charlie and the museum was an eye opening and emotional experiences. The wall literally went up overnight separating families, loved ones, many people were shot trying to get over the barricades and later the wall. The escape plans I learnt about, of tunnels, of people being smuggled in modified petrol tanks, really shows the ...
... what we were seeing. The kids were great and both Ro and I were pleasantly surprised that they really enjoyed a guided tour. Something we’ll have to remember for future big cities.
We walked back to pick up our car via a couple of shops the kids were keen to look in, then drove back to our hotel to pick up our luggage and have some lunch. One last visit to a shop to buy a few things to remember Prague and then we were on our way. It was a lovely day ...