Hotel Berlin - Zossen
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Travel Blogs from Zossen
... the building had the wall painted to cover it and then the kidz came back the next night and repainted it so they left it.
We also saw a commissioned piece of street art showing Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. There is a car yard on the corner that has flags in their yard. at night when they light the car yard it causes a shadow of the flag so that it looks like armstrong is holding it.
We continued on our work seeing a variety of street art and ...
... only 12.30pm so I made a detour on the way back to the hostel to visit the Berlin Wall Memorial. It was pretty amazing to see (Cherry, there's a lot of the wall remaining here). You could still see some of the old graffiti on the wall although some idiots have added new graffiti which has spoilt it. There were metal rods showing the path the wall took and where each of the guard houses were. A cemetery had to be moved to build this section of the wall ...
... depth of their suffering. Did you know the World Cup is on ? We sure do. This city is mad. Flags everywhere. You know those people who deck out their cars for Australia Day in the Aussie Flag... Well they do the same with the German flag. Tanja calls them Flogs. Anyway, the Brandenburg Gate has a huge video screen in front of it and the whole street is blocked of for the 'Fan Mile'. Still an ...
... protest and debate. As we enter the square, officials are dismantling the scaffolding at the finish line of a bike race. We walk around the Aqueduto da Âgua de Prata that began bringing clean water to the city in 1530. Now there are homes and restaurants build into and around the arches. We visit the eerie Chapel of Bones constructed by Franciscan monks to deal with a 16th century real estate problem. There were 43 cemeteries taking up valuable space in and around Èvora. ...
... the hell I'm on hols and I would do that if I was at a holiday of rest like the beach. it has been amazing to be able to really get to know the city so well, we have a local watering holes and very comfortable with the transport system that was all so daunting when we arrived, frantically trying to remember the insane spelling of places. but have found our crazy shorthand of places and all is very easy now. Berlin is not the prettiest city in the world but ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking