Hotel Alexander Plaza Berlin
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... lit in the air.
All said and done it was a great piece of history to bare witness to but we were thankful to make our way home to the warmth and some delicious pizza.
In the morning we bid farewell to Richard as he was off to work and then Anna and Moana who had hardly grizzled the entire weekend. She looked like such a doll in the morning it was crazy to think the next time we see here she will probably be walking and talking.
Finally it ...
... exhibits on show in the castle. One of which was 'puppet world' where scenes of bygone **** ups were depicted like this one.
The castle had a solid history of never being overrun with the exception of being handed to the French without a fight thanks to Napoleon. With a demanding hill and sheer walls, it’s hard to see how ...
... throughout the city, Berlin truly invites visitors to think about and remember all aspects of the Holocaust. Nothing can be forgotten in a city that strives to ensure that everything is remembered. As the capital of Germany, it takes on a leading role in Germany's collective memory. And if Jean Paul's commentary is true and this city is indeed part of the world, then it also takes a leading role in humanity's collective memory as well.
... Reich tour but I thought it was worth doing and well...it's free! Our guide took us to the famous Humboldt University, where Einstein was a Professor. On the square outside the University is where the Nazis held the famous book burning. If I had internet connection right now I would google his name but our tour guide said a quote from someone well known in the 1880, who said "where they burn books, they will eventually burn people." I wonder if he was alive to see ...
... essence, if you think Communism is working, come to Berlin. And then he said four words that moved people from West Berlin from liking him to loving him. He said, 2000 years ago, the proudest boast was, "I am a Roman." Today, that boast is different. He said, today, all free people are truly citizens of Berlin, and that is why today I tell you, "Ich bin ein Berliner." (I am a Berliner). Crowd went crazy. The man had a way of instilling hope ...