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- Smoking rooms available
- Concierge desk
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- Multilingual staff
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... towards West Berlin. Today there is a lot of tourist attention and you can have your picture taken with "US Soldiers", for a small fee of course. I guess if you don't pay, they chase you back to East Berlin!
Our next and final stop was a short walk away in Bebelplatz. The square is bounded by the Opera House, Humboldt University, and St. Hedwig's Cathedral, the first Catholic Church built in Prussia since the Reformation. The square was originally ...
On the train ride up to Berlin we checked the weather forecast and knew it was going to be a bit chillier then it has been on the trip so far. The worst we've seen is 30, but most of the time the temp has hovered around the low 40s and high 30s. It looked like it was going to be in the low 30s for the last few days of our adventure, which meant four instead of three layers. Well when we woke up it was 23°... can you say brrr? We're big fans of ...
... Cultures Museum - a quirky museum in Dahlem, a suburb near a University. It's a museum that's attached to about 3 others. We went through it quickly and liked it. There was also a temporary exhibit on WW1 with some interesting items.
Tonight we plan on seeing a chamber orchestra outside along a part of the Wall near our place. Then it's off to a night food market where Deanne is hoping to find a Brazilian food cart serving the hard to find ...
Started the day taking part of Rick Steve's walking tour that took us to the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, and on to Museum Island. We visited the Neues Museum with its Egyptian collection. After lunch, we visited Lustgartem and the Berlin Cathedral. Strolled through a little of the Tiergarten before ending our ...
... metaphor makes it deeply significant. We ignore the fact that the literal separation existed prior to the wall being erected and it can be argued the metaphorical separation has survived the destruction of the physical barrier. Like many things in history the significance becomes circularly self sustaining. But if you are detached from all the meaning then you realise you have just walked nearly four hours to see a concrete wall. Not even a nice ...