Hollywood Media Hotel
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... Market there for a bite to eat. The place is so festive, all decked out for the season with colors, sounds and aromas. Several of us take the audio-guided tour of the Palace, and then come out to enjoy a warm drink.
We are going to a performance of Handel's Messiah at the Berlin Philharmonic tonight, so we grab an early bite to eat at Vapiano on the Potsdam Platz. It is a bit chaotic to say ...
... Douro: The drive to the Douro valley is lined with gorgeous farms and beautiful waterways. We stay in a charming guest house tucked into a little village, surrounded by beautiful vineyards. We are well fed and housed in this lovingly preserved home with views over the expansive tiered valley of grapevines just beginning to leaf. There are olive, lemon, orange trees heavy with fruit and cherry trees in blossom. We make good use of our rent a car visiting six wine producing villages ...
... line-height: normal;">On Sunday we revisited the Mauer Park Flea Market, which was really fun. This time, we got to more leisurely shop and eat at the market, which I am glad I had the opportunity to do. The atmosphere of the place really makes it something you can visit again and again. We then found the Berlin modern art gallery and ended our day relaxing in the sun by the river.
... too us to our stop. From there we hopped onto the underground and that took us to the next stop with only a few minutes til we needed to be at the meeting point. We hopped onto the subway and finally arrived at our destination a few minutes late. We just made it! We then hopped onto the underground and got to the train station where we took a fancy regional train to Orienburg. This is where Sachsenhausen, the concentration camp ...
... we stumbled upon the Topography of Terror. What it appeared to be was a giant time-line that stretched quite some distance with information regarding the rise of the Nazi regime. The site itself was where the Reich Security Main Office was - which was one of the main institutions of Nazi persecution and terror. The timeline was really interesting (and I wished I had it when studying WWII), as it gave very in depth descriptions, pictures, newspaper clippings, ...