Hotel Berlin - Zossen
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... made our way back home, and got very very lost. It was easy to tell that it was not a great part of town but once we found an U-Bahn station we were fine. We took the train to Mexikoplatz, which is where Becca has her host family and is in Southwest Berlin, about a 15 minute bus ride from my place. Charlottenburg and Mexikoplatz could not be more different. Mexikoplatz is clearly the wealthiest part of Berlin, where every house looks like a mini castle. We walked from the ...
... extended below us into an exhibition of the occurrences. We grabbed a bite to eat and headed down there.
Reading the facts, figures and hearing the accounts of those who survived or left notes right before death was unbelievable. It was really something to read these in the heart of Germany and understand what had happened here and that Hitler himself in this city, ordered for these actions to take place. It was something that hit both Dina ...
... to Berlin. Annette had the pleasure of dealing with a very rude female who refused to answer any questions and then she closed the counter when a lady was standing in line. Nice!
Train was due to depart at 12:59pm but was delayed for 30mins. The platform was not the best place for the sick one to wait but we didn't want to miss the train. The weather had turned and it was overcast with a strong southerly. It would have been ...
... three rail stations in an hour, Berlin has two mains and the one our taxi took us to lol. Now for a coffee then Warsaw. Now I get it, the Frankfurt I though was a bit odd considering we are travelling East was a different Frankfurt thankfully it is Frankfurt Oder on the German Polish ...
... in its states of war. This city has brought me to my knees. I've wept for those people that died in it's name and by it's hand, and have wept for those people in future wars who will die because we haven't learnt the valuable and painfully simple lessons from WWII - that we are all one people, and we must all raise our voices in protest for those that have had their own suppressed. We visited the Dahlem museums, including the museum for European Culture which had ...