Hotel Hackescher Markt
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... they had just forced all crucifixes
to be removed from all the churches.
Then we rode to what is now a university, but was a library. In 1933, Hitler
demanded all books by Jewish/Communist/anyone not in line with the Nazi party way of thinking
be burnt. Around 20,000 books just from this library alone were burnt. There is
an underground memorial of empty bookcases to represent lost knowledge just
outside the building.
... the artifacts that had been excavated and then shipped to europe especially germany so it was quite cool to go to pergamon museum which houses the alter of pergamon and many artifacts from pergamon one of the ancient citys we visited in turkey. the weather I had in berlin was stunning mid to late 20s early 30s every day which made a great excuse to go on another river cruise. the memorial to the murdered jews in the centre of berlin is very moving no one actually ...
... that remains of the Berlin Wall that has been completely covered in graffiti by commissioned artists. With no luck in map reading and a train to catch, we headed back to our hostel to pick up our backpacks so that we wouldn't have to run like maniacs to make our train in time. Karliana and I asked one of the train personnel if we had the correct train and he just yelled "NEIN!" and brushed us aside as he kept walking. He then stood in the doorway of ...
... found the Germans to be tough adversaries. Carmen was the winner this time, booking a small win while I suffered the loss. The ups and downs of poker can be extremely grueling, and even though we had made a good amount of money on our trip, we decided to focus our attention towards Inn and House Sitting.
While in Berlin we were getting offers to inn and house sit around ...
... to be the only ones on the English tour! She led us to another part of the square where we had to wait for a car to pick us up and take us to the Castle where we would start the tour. Being in a busy old city was a huge contrast to the tiny towns we’d been visiting. The buildings were clearly very old, much of the stone was black and there were monuments everywhere. Obviously there was lots to learn about this place but not enough time to do it.