Hotel Ibis Budget Berlin Genshagen
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... has 2 striking churches. St. Nicholas' Church, built in the early 1800s, a Protestant church, is a giant domed building based on cathedrals in Rome, London and Paris. The other is the Roman Catholic Priory Church of St. Peter and Paul, built in the late 1800s and is very ornate inside. After lunch we went to Sanssouci Palace built for Frederick the Great in the 1740s, in the Rococo style, as a ...
("Pro-she peevo tshi") we find our waitress speaks perfect English and ordering
is easy. After lunch in the sun, we find Terry’s hostel, find a sleeping place
for Ruby and then spend the evening playing Carcassonne, cooking goulash and
drinking red wine before bed time.
On Saturday we meet for coffee and a look at our maps in the square and decide to
go for a walk around the Jezioro Maltanskie lake. We then find our way to
... the two halves of the city in the Tranenpalast ' the Palace of Tears', next to Friedrichstrasse Station, the building which housed the security areas of the border crossing for passengers from East Berlin to the West. Of course those in the East were not free to travel, so if they were Easterners they were being expelled, while if Westerners, they were returning to their own side after gaining permission for a visit, hence the tears of all the ...
... are a WH site. These palaces go back to the Prussian era of the late 1700's to the early 1900's. This is a lovely area with lots of lakes, rivers and parks, and where the rich and famous of Berlin live. The first bridge we crossed was at an old checkpoint and was the one where the spies were exchanged between east and west. The border was across the middle and each half looks different because of the way it was maintained. Walked through the beautiful parkland that was once dead ...
... from France or Britain, got invaded, suffered huge losses, fought again, got "rescued" by the Russians and then faced 40 years of soviet rule which wasn't much better than Nazi occupation. During the war the poles, especially Warsaw, became a bit of a pill to Hitler. So as a warning to others he decided to wipe warsaw from the face of the earth. One of the quote in the memorial was an order fro Himmler and Hitler "All residents must be killed, no prisoners to be ...