City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... why are there so many freakin stairs?!? Anyway, with a complimentary apple juice and orange juice popper from reception upon check out we went to catch our 1hr flight to Berlin. Arriving at Berlin, the atmosphere is so different. Amsterdam was bright and colourful, Berlin is lined with grey buildings. Our tour guide whom I will speak of later, described Berlin as a city shaped by its history. That is the perfect description for this place. ...
... a bit quicker by ensuring everyone is accounted for. If someone in their barracks died overnight, they had to bring the body to roll call because if they didn't, someone would be missing and the guards wouldn't end the roll call until everyone was accounted for. The same happened if someone died on site at a work place. Other prisoners would have to bring him back to the camp for the next day's roll call.
We saw a building they called "The Green Monster" that was used as ...
... like "where's the train?". We obviously don't understand each other verbally but certainly realize we need a plan B.On my way up the stairs an older gentleman tells me the buses are still running & tells me what to catch. Ummmmm...ok! I don't have a bus ticket and don't bother trying how to figure it out or ask the driver. I sit down, turn invisible (sorta) & cross my fingers I get to where I hope to go. A few stops later, viola!, I get to my stop. Fast forward 45 ...
Tuesday 13th - our bus arrived around 7am and both of us got enough sleep but not the best. We caught the train out to our hostel to drop our luggage off and then we headed to old faithful mcdonalds for breakfast. We headed back into the centre to find Hard Rock Cafe where we could pick up our Berlin passes. Turns out we were meant to print our confirmation email so we had to go on a 15min walk to find a Internet cafe (we weren't happy). We walked back and finally collected our ...
... the famous or infamous hotel where Michael Jackson dangled his baby from the balcony. It often gets more photos than the arch itself!
It was the coldest day so far on our trip even colder than Switzerland and we were all struggling a bit. We had a quick stop to get some hot coffee near the Holocaust Memorial. We then got a chance to wander through the memorial which consists of 2,771 concrete slabs arranged in a grid pattern on a slopping field. The ...