Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg
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... Berlin in half and another 72 miles of wall completely encased the city of West Berlin in East Germany. It was 12 feet high with 302 watch towers and 20 bunkers dedicated to preventing East Germans or East Berliners from attempting to get out of communist East Germany into West Berlin.
Note the rounded tops fitted to the wall were difficult to get a grip on and designed to eliminate simply grabbing the top of the concrete barrier and pulling oneself ...
... is still standing, and it is was the gate that was behind the wall, I'm not too sure exactly what for but I'm hoping to find out tomorrow from lenas dad. Then we walked through the gates and went into all the tourist shops, which were so expensive! So we didn't buy anything. We continued walking to the he other side of the city were we saw the checkpoint Charlie, which was so very sad. I stood and read most of it for about half an hour, and it left feeling very sorry for ...
... being vey hot. Day 3: Today was our 3rd day in Berlin and another very hot day, Berlin is experiencing a heatwave, it was 36 degrees yesterday, even my aussie blood was finding it difficult to cope in the heat. Sachsenhausen-Oranienburg: We booked a 6hr guided tour to Sachenhausen concentration camp today, we arrived to Oranienburg by train and then walked the same route to the camp that the prisoners walked when they were ...
... and get another pin. Bob's your Uncle. We didn't actually stay in Liechtenstein but did stop there and get another pin some other souvenirs and then drove across the border to Feldkirch, Austria and stayed the night at Hotel Baren. We had Chinese for dinner where it is strange hearing German with a Chinese accent.
Next day we drove to Berlin stopping briefly in Weimar so I could see an early Bauhaus house built in the 1920s. It ...
... as well. The day was wet and drizzly which didn't make the market as good as areas were boggy and very wet. We stayed there for a couple of hours, sampling some food ( Turkish breads with spinach as it reminded me of Selznik), I bought licorice as I really wanted some . We dropped off our things back at the flat as we were cold and needed a cup of tea before heading out again. I really wanted to go to aAlexander Platz again and see if ...