Astrid Hotel am Kurfurstendamm
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... behind the Berlin Wall. The cross reminded them daily of God's love and faithfulness in the middle of challenging times.
The whole monument would not fit in one photograph, so I took a top and bottom picture. The Victory Column (German: Siegessaule) is a monument in Berlin, Germany. It was designed by Heinrich Strack, after 1864 to commemorate the Prussian victory in the ...
... commemorated the Oranienburg camp. The gate into the camp read "hard work will set you free", which is just a lie. Immediately upon entering you were in the roll call area. Thousands of prisioners would line up here each day. On time, prisoners were forced to stand for a day, over night, and into the next day, they weren't allowed to help each other or sit down. The camp was in the shape of a triangle and the barracks were placed in direct view of the ...
... may have some work for Paul. Anyway Bernie was telling us how he mostly works with fears and anxieties and he has been suprised at how popular his practice has become. He has lots of work on and really loves his job. David asked him if he could show him what he does and so Bernie took him on a journey into his mind. We weren't entirely sure what was going on as they were speaking in German, but David looked very meditative and completely zoned ...
... able to keep reading. It was actually hil
arious. Lost my phone, along with the pictures it held.
On to Berlin. I loved this city immediately. It just feels right - helped along by the festival right outside my hostel. Music = love. Today, I attempted to find the international church... didn't manage that, but I did find a little market and a cute cafe. I bought a cheap German phone, but so far it looks like it'll just be an expensive alarm clock because I can't for ...
2.) Nikolaivertl Church : The oldest Church in Berlin ( freshly rebuilt)
3.) Ephraim-Palais : Rococo palace now a museum.
4.) Knobllauchaus: Preserved 18th century Townhouse. (I ran out of time on my museum day, but it is free)
Museum Portal Berlin with listings of local museums
DDR Museum: http://www.museumsportal-berlin.de/de/m ...