City Gallery Berlin Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the most moving places I've ever been to.
Not so much because of what happened, we all know the history, but you get real people telling their stories.
In one room you can hear, forgive me if i get the actual facts wrong, the story of almost every person either killed or that survived the camps. The stories are told in English, French,and German. To listen to all the stories, you ...
... finally sunk in and the excitement hit.
The flight to Berlin went surprisingly quickly; after what seemed like a 10 minute doze we were descending and touching down in the airport. Walking out of the airport was where the fun began. Okay, when I say 'fun', I actually mean complete and utter confusion at where the hell we were and how on earth we were going to find our way to the hostel. So things started off badly, we may have got slightly lost ...
... of an unbiased reading of a country or city. Mashing our opinions together, we would possibly have a well-rounded opinion of Berlin. Though berlin is just a city, like any other city, made up of people like any other people. On another level, it is as un-romantic as that. The imaginations of the locals and the tourists create an image of a city, and perhaps the things that define that city then becomes a question of art imitating life, or life imitating ...
On the rail again to Berlin. Very excited to be on the move. Out of the house by 6:45am to catch the 7:41 train. Yet again our train luck is not working well with the train 20 min late and thus we missed our connection in Breclav for Berlin. Therefore we had the joy of sitting at the Breclav station for 90 min waiting for our new train that left at 11:05. Changed €5 to Czech currency, Kurz. We now realized the hot chocolate machine was not cheap like ...
... of the Berlin Wall which has been left there and artists from around the world were invited to come and put a piece of their art on the wall. It is probably about 1km long and each section is done by a different artist. It's really cool! The work was done on the east side of the wall which, during the time of the wall, no one could get anywhere near as it was no mans land, also known as the death strip. If you found yourself in this area you would've been ...