Hotel Berlin - Zossen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... in a grid pattern on a sloping field. Underground there is a Place of Information where all the known names of Jewish Holocaust victims (4.2million) can be listened to. To give you some idea what that number means it would take 6.5 years to hear them all. Walking amongst the blocks is very like being in a cemetery but without any inscriptions. At the end of the tour we walked to the Reichstag, the German parliament, ...
... from the cafe came out and waved the bill in front of us. It took the innocent response and turned to Annette - Haven't you paid Darling? Multiple apologies followed and we paid plus gave him a €0:50 tip. Mighty of us wasn't it!
We then checked out the 4 chemist shops in the village. Not one of them had the antibiotic subscribed by the doctor. Decision made that we would purchase same in Berlin. Off to the Bahnhof to ...
... old nazi buildings where you could see the remnants of where a swastika had been, and so much more! We went to Humboldt University where, if I remember correctly 20 Nobel prize winners attended (including shrodinger - Einstein also taught there) and where the infamous Bebelplatz book burning happened. Overall, it was a really interesting tour! I think the best way I'd described Berlin is a quirky city with rich in history. The Berlin Wall was ...
... enjoyed the music and the opera but I couldn't read the subtitles because they sang in Italian and the subtitles were in German so it was hard to follow the story. Despite not understanding the Opera I was glad I went as I enjoyed the music immensely and its been a long time since I've done something like this. The building and hall were amazing as well with wonderful acoustics. I had a good first day in Berlin and was looking forward to a good night's ...
... the speed of sound. At the signpost for Rosedale Abbey we could see the Young Ralph Cross peeking over the horizon in front of us, as we turned right toward Fat Betty, a white, short and fat cross on the left of the road. Tradition says that you leave a food offering, such as that muesli bar you can't face and take something left such as a bag of crisps! Despite the risk of offending the local gods we left nothing except the dust of our passing. Not long after, the Badger went by in ...