Hotel Gendarm nouveau
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... era.The buildings that housed the Gestapo and SS headquarters were largely destroyed by Allied bombing during early 1945 and the ruins demolished after the war. The Berlin Wall here was never demolished. Indeed, the section adjacent to the Topography of Terror site is the longest segment of the wall.
Checkpoint Charlie has a picture of a Soviet soldier on one side of the billboard, and ...
... absolutely sickening. We had a little free time to explore so I looked at the infirmary. My emotional mind made it hard to read, but it was a joke of an infirmary and so many experiments and killings went on here. Next I saw the prison within this prison camp that held some of Hilter's worst enemies. Torture was horrible here too. It was nothing less than eerie to walk through the prison hallway. We then regrouped in the middle where two trees stood in ...
... It was like summer had returned ... Minus the warmth. But still it was beautiful! After school, I called Paul and suggested we take advantage of the weather and do something. He came and met me on the bike and we found a nice little park, sheltered from the wind and in direct sunlight. There we sat for about an hour, chatting and soaking up some vitamin d. We then crossed the road and went to a little cafe we like at the ring centre on Karl-Marx Allee. ...
Aug. 29-Sept. 8: To make it easier to get to my morning flight to Berlin, I decided to try out the Yotel at Heathrow Airport. These hotels provide ensuite rooms, like ship cabins, right inside airport terminals. You pay for how many hours you're there. The compartments are not for claustrophobes, but they have everything you need, including free wi-fi, a pullout table, full bathroom and a flat-screen TV at the foot of the bed.
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Earlier in the day Johnny and I saw a hot air balloon, and he asked, "can we ride that?" After the Topography of Terror, we walked right by the hot air balloon rides! The balloon was actually held in one area by a large cord, and rides were less than 20 euros! So obviously we went. It was an incredibly cool way to see Berlin. Berlin doesn’t have much of a skyline because it is ...