Golden Tulip Berlin - Hotel Hamburg
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We arrived in Berlin late after a long train ride that was delayed.
Berlin copped a significant dump of snow in 'the freeze' and was still recovering. In most areas where snow lay undisturbed, it was 12-15cm (120-150mm) deep. The pristine, rather postcard Christmas scene- like snow we have seen everywhere else was different in Berlin …
... turns out to be a good choice – it’s a warm sunny day and Taylor,an enthusiastic Aussie guide gives us a great tour of the historical centre of Berlin. SG vows to do a similar walk through London.
* 4 hours long - It makes us realise that there is a lot to do & see in Berlin - the city justifies far more than the one day we have dedicated. Never mind, it leaves plenty to see next time.
... same hotel that Michael Jackson infamously hung his son over the balcony to show the Berliners. We saw a small band of colorfully dressed individuals who were dancing and singing to American oldies music in preparation of the King. Our free tour began here and promptly left the throng of people gathering to see. We set out to a portion of the Berlin wall. It was actually 2 walls and the area we saw was the small outer wall. It was actually very unimpressive as a small chunk ...
... was amazing and solemn experience. We visited the exile garden which was to give you the image and feeling of walking to concentration camps or to the gas chambers. There was also the Holocaust Tower which is a tall enclosed tower that you enter through a still door. The only light that is let in is through a small opening in the top. There were no heat or air either. The feeling of being in this tower with no ...
... started coming back. Many German words are like the English ones (or vice versa, I suppose), so it’s often easy to make out what’s written. The studio apartment I rented was a couple of blocks away from Checkpoint Charlie (now a tourist draw), and I was able to use public transit or walk wherever I wanted to go, as well as easily make two day trips (Spandau and Potsdam).
Berlin lies along the River Spree, and about a third of the ...
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